Affirmation for June 14, 2010: Angels

If trouble hearing Angels song with thine ears, try listening with thy heart.
- Terri GuillemetsThought of the day:Whether or not you believe in such things as angels, the idea of having a guardian angel by your side, or being an angel to someone else, is a comforting one. Not only does it make us feel like someone is there for us, but it also supports the idea that sometimes all of us need a little help or a little guidance sometimes.Angels, real or imaginary, are a wonderful symbol of support. To all the angels out there, and to our DailyStrength angels helping our members get through each day, thank you!Have a supportive day!TeamDS
 
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This is so beautiful...and not coincidental ;-). I do believe in guradian angels and archangels watching over us and protecting us.
CoogeeMum
CoogeeMum

This is so true. My next door neighbour Stuart (60) stopped me in the driveway one arvo, as he usually did, and gave me a hug. He told me he hadn\'t been taking very good care of himself, and that he had colon cancer. I asked him what his symptoms were, and he said nausea (Ooh, I had slight nausea in my upper abs), a sore belly button (so did I, but I had it pierced), and a bit of lower back pain (ouch, I\'d just done my black belt in TaeKwonDo, and been in pain for 5 years lol). Well, he insisted I go and have a colonoscopy, so I did.

The GP wasn\'t going to test me as I hadn\'t had a drink in 9 years, didn\'t smoke, ate well, no strange bowel motions (so I thought) and was physically active. But because I was upset over Stuart, he sent me on one. Stuart went quickly. Less than two weeks later, we buried him, and the day after, I was told I had Stage 3 colon cancer. But for the grace of Stuart am I here today. He is my angel.

Through Chemotherapy I had more Angels placed in my path. My daughter who took a journey of her own, and my two Chemo Nurses who were constant Angles in mine, and my chemo-sabies lives. Anyone reading this, I believe God places people in our path with purpose. Many of us don\'t hear the messages for want of haste through life. But they are there, and so are our Angels.
CoogeeMum
CoogeeMum

This is so true. My next door neighbour Stuart (60) stopped me in the driveway one arvo, as he usually did, and gave me a hug. He told me he hadn\'t been taking very good care of himself, and that he had colon cancer. I asked him what his symptoms were, and he said nausea (Ooh, I had slight nausea in my upper abs), a sore belly button (so did I, but I had it pierced), and a bit of lower back pain (ouch, I\'d just done my black belt in TaeKwonDo, and been in pain for 5 years lol). Well, he insisted I go and have a colonoscopy, so I did.

The GP wasn\'t going to test me as I hadn\'t had a drink in 9 years, didn\'t smoke, ate well, no strange bowel motions (so I thought) and was physically active. But because I was upset over Stuart, he sent me on one. Stuart went quickly. Less than two weeks later, we buried him, and the day after, I was told I had Stage 3 colon cancer. But for the grace of Stuart am I here today. He is my angel.

Through Chemotherapy I had more Angels placed in my path. My daughter who took a journey of her own, and my two Chemo Nurses who were constant Angles in mine, and my chemo-sabies lives. Anyone reading this, I believe God places people in our path with purpose. Many of us don\'t hear the messages for want of haste through life. But they are there, and so are our Angels.
CoogeeMum
CoogeeMum

This is so true. My next door neighbour Stuart (60) stopped me in the driveway one arvo, as he usually did, and gave me a hug. He told me he hadn\'t been taking very good care of himself, and that he had colon cancer. I asked him what his symptoms were, and he said nausea (Ooh, I had slight nausea in my upper abs), a sore belly button (so did I, but I had it pierced), and a bit of lower back pain (ouch, I\'d just done my black belt in TaeKwonDo, and been in pain for 5 years lol). Well, he insisted I go and have a colonoscopy, so I did.

The GP wasn\'t going to test me as I hadn\'t had a drink in 9 years, didn\'t smoke, ate well, no strange bowel motions (so I thought) and was physically active. But because I was upset over Stuart, he sent me on one. Stuart went quickly. Less than two weeks later, we buried him, and the day after, I was told I had Stage 3 colon cancer. But for the grace of Stuart am I here today. He is my angel.

Through Chemotherapy I had more Angels placed in my path. My daughter who took a journey of her own, and my two Chemo Nurses who were constant Angles in mine, and my chemo-sabies lives. Anyone reading this, I believe God places people in our path with purpose. Many of us don\'t hear the messages for want of haste through life. But they are there, and so are our Angels.
Jessica
Jessica

What a great story, CoogeeMum!
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deleted_user

oh, CoogeeMum I believe, i believe
This site has many Angels on it. What a story, it moved me deeply thank you for sharing and i hope you are doing good today. will be praying for you. Hugs Hugs Hugs
Dana