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Life

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Well, at the time of writing this article 23rd February 2015, the weather here in England is not bad for this time of year. We’ve had some rain, sunshine, and it’s cold with the odd snow show that melts away as quickly as it falls. This has led me to daydreaming (some call it meditating) about my life and what is important to me. Straight away, family came to my mind, and my special friends (of course everyone is important), but sometimes I think we need to focus in one direction.

One Way Sign

Last week I received some bad news about someone I care about deeply. She is a person who was a very important part of my life many, many years ago. No more, as we have moved on, but a place is always there in my heart for her. I found out through someone else that she believes she is dying of cancer (I don’t know what kind). She is a palliative nurse, and looks after the terminally ill every working day of her life. She knows the symptoms, and said to her daughter that she knows she doesn’t have long left, to the point that she has bought all the presents for this year for her children and grandchildren’s birthdays and Christmas.

I saw her for the first time in many months last week. She doesn’t know that I know, and she doesn’t look well. On saying goodbye she put her face to the side for me to kiss her cheek and said, “take care of yourself my love”. She had never talked to me like that before, it was if she was saying goodbye for the last time.

Now, where there is life there is hope, and she may be wrong. Dear God I hope so. We all have our own journey in life to take. With the knowledge she has about her birth family, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to say that she knows the heightened risks that she has taken, so why didn’t she take heed and stop. Well, that was her choice. You can argue that it is selfish behaviour due to how it affects her loved ones. I, however, am privy to some of the issues she has had to deal with through life. Perhaps smoking was a crutch she could lean on.

Smoke

My first reaction was deep sadness, then anger, and then a realisation that it is her journey. As far as I am aware she has no spiritual believe, and only sees a medical way forward. It has made me see that as a healer and psychic, I can only help with God’s energy, those that want help. It also shows me that it is wrong to judge anyone who is trying to lead a good life helping others. None of us have all of the answers to life; we all make mistakes.

Winter Bridge

So, as I contemplate my life and my loved ones, I realise that life is so precious. Although our journey continues in the afterlife, we need to embrace this life. We need to try, to our best abilities, to look after ourselves as well as others. If we don’t make ourselves our number one priority, how can we care for anyone else?

I will let you know how she gets on next month. Please send healing. Aim it at me, so it will be directed to her.

www.calmingthoughts.com

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