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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Moments go by and off we go

RIP to my dear cancer sister, Daria Maluta.  You were a brave and articulate compassionate soul, striving to help all your cancer sisters.  Just a few weeks ago you were set to participate in a new clinical trial and suddenly things changed.  You had so much grace, and worked so hard to tell us how you lived.  You really cared about everyone around you................

I am deeply saddened by the loss of another sister to cancer.  "Why" will never be answered.

All we can do is all we can do, to breathe love in and out and around to those we love.

My precious sister and I spent some time last night just talking over coffee while her kids were at karate practice.  It felt so incredible to just talk and share and see her smile.  I pray every day for God to grant my family the ability to share joy with each other and others in the world.

God Bless you all.


1 comment:

  1. Blessings.....

    Just browsing through bloggersville and thought I’d stop in and say hello, offer my condolences on your friends passing and to say after reading your side bar entry that you are truly a courageous woman. I know a few women as courageous as you, one had multiply diagnoses of ovarian cancer which she beat praise the lord and another who was diagnosed the same time as her mother, her mother lost the war, she won hers, she battled throat cancer. Both these women like you have inspired me by your strength and unbendable spirit. May I be that courageous, strong, motivated, defiant and resilient in all life's challenges.

    Stay blessed, you are a delight to the world.
    Keep on keeping on.


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