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Weekly Inspiration No 40 – Be human

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No one can be always smiling and positive all the time.

Even positive people feel sometimes sad, annoyed or scared.

This wonderful drawing from Francois Lange

and words from Lori Deschene

illustrate this perfectly.

 

Click on the links of the names Francois and Lori above

to learn more about the two wonderful people.

Much love

from me!

❤ ❤ ❤

 

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Weekly Inspiration No 37 – Hope

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We all have ups and downs and some days we feel it cannot get worse.

we feel lost,

we feel sad,

we feel alone.

 

 

Never give up Hope.

Hope will give you

strength,

determination,

encouragement,

confidence

and it will get you through.

The sun will rise

and we will try again!

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If you are in a situation like that at the moment,

please know that you are not alone and you are precious and loved.

My best wishes for you

and may the sun rise for you soon again.

Sending hugs and comfort to you.

 

Much love

from me!

❤ ❤ ❤

 

With hope the odds don’t matter

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Hi everyone,

I have decided to post this to have more people aware of this and give hope to some who really do need it.

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Celebrate life, cherish every moment and live and enjoy every moment as they are precious.

Cameron approached me to tell me his wife’s story. Have a read please and watch her amazing video here…

http://www.mesothelioma.com/heather/#.VL4AtEesUmN

Cameron’s wife Heather was diagnosed with mesothelioma; a rare cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. Just after the birth of their daughter she was told she had 15 month left to live. She had surgery and to have her left lung removed and

Lung Leavin’ Day was born.

Their daughter is 9 years old now and they are celebrating life together every day!

 

This remarkable story is showing that hope and not giving up is all we need!

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Never give up and give into fear.

Sometimes we need something to happen that we really notice about how precious our life is. I really understood this when I had a tumour in my head removed at the age of 21 and I was wheeled into the operating theatre. I knew I am in God’s hands whether I will wake up afterwards or not.  He has given  me the gift of life a second time.

Then I gave the gift of life to my two wonderful children and they were truly gifts to me, as I was told I could not have children. Miracles happen all the time. One has to believe in them.

These events made me certainly think about life. Even if you do not believe in God or a God, life is precious and you need to treat it that way and be thankful.

Give your fear the boot and believe in hope and miracles. They do happen every day!

 

links:

http://www.mesothelioma.com/blog/authors/cameron/

http://www.mesothelioma.com/blog/authors/heather/