Illness has become a light in the dark for us, for our “adopted” children in Africa

Illness has become a light in the dark for us, for our “adopted” children in Africa
Illness has become a light in the dark for us, for our “adopted” children in Africa

Like a cloud, the diagnosis of a degenerative disease blurs the vision, creeps under the skin, causes discomfort, disorientation, even despair. Sometimes, however, as Gianluigi Colleoni tells us, “precisely in the most difficult moments a light is born, in the heart, which pushes us to react, not to give in”. An energy that – in a gust of wind – sweeps away fears, insecurities and pushes you to find a new meaning in your days, “not only for yourself but to help others”.

Gianluigi has had Parkinson’s disease for ten years, while his wife Lidia has been living with multiple sclerosis since she was 24 and “few knew what it was”. They live in the city, at the Villaggio degli Sposi, which is the neighborhood where they grew up. They knew each other since childhood, because their families lived in two adjacent apartments.

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NEXT thanks to those who work hard to ensure health for all