Date of publication: 2017-07-09 08:06
I did get well. I went on to have a wonderful life. But I don 8767 t think I could have experienced the depth of love and joy I 8767 ve known without having trudged through some of the darkest valleys a child can know.
8775 In this life,
Things are much harder than in the after world.
In this life,
You 8767 re on your own.
And if the elevator tries to bring you down,
Go crazy, punch a higher floor. 8776
I realize that for many people dreams are an enigma, a mystery, and for some they're not too sure of their value. At one time in mankind's history dreams were shared publicly and were part of the communal dialogue. They fell out (or were forced out as in the western culture) of favor and importance and we as a collective forgot how to read them.
Spiculated mass, hypoechoic, satellite lesions, discordant, and many more words that I 8767 ve learned all in a couple of weeks.
The Cotton Club was a famous night club in Harlem. The story follows the people that visited the club, those that ran it, and is peppered with the Jazz music that made it so famous.
I don 8767 t agree with the approach traditional medicine takes toward healing people with cancer. I think it 8767 s terribly harsh and toxic and unnecessary and cruel. I think patients have a better chance of surviving cancer than they do the drastic surgeries and poisonous drugs that are used to treat the disease itself. I don 8767 t blame the doctors. I believe they honestly believe they 8767 re offering their patients the best possible options.
I 8767 m not proposing doing nothing. I haven 8767 t lived all these healthy years after a very serious and intense childhood wracked with dermatomyositis by doing nothing. I 8767 ve lived this incredible life because I found a better way to heal my body than the toxic drugs that wreaked havoc within me.
I prayed and prayed and begged God to heal me. One night in particular, I remember lying awake in my bed, completely immobilized by the weakness and pain. Sleep didn 8767 t come. I felt a despair that I couldn 8767 t bear. I pleaded with my Heavenly Father to make the medicine work.
What does my Dream Mean? If you've ever asked yourself the question, 'What does my dream mean?' you'll know how frustrating it can be to feel there is something you need to know, some hidden message about to be revealed, but you just can't figure out what it is.
Dreams often reveal to us what we fail to see when we're awake. They unveil things that are beyond the boundaries of the five senses, and give us clarity and direction. More than anything, knowing how to interpret our dreams can help us to achieve our own amazing potential.