I am so pleased that Deborah is continuing to defy the odds. She and your family are most inspiring and so I am not surprised that you all were chosen to present treatment from the patient's perspective to the medical community. You three will make a difference and bless others who follow.
I keep you guys close in my prayers and will send you both love and energy as you support Deborah. Carers, like you and Zoe, you too must take care of yourselves. So it is important that you replenish your own energy levels as best you can. The cd is a good place to do this, to relax and even find peace in your special place. Often times I walk on the beach of my lagoon and speak with Father which is how I envisage the Source of all. Sometimes I am met there by a supportive Teacher...and sometimes I just sit, wiggling my feet in the sand and putting my thoughts in order, examining my fears, worries, sadness, regrets...all the things that create such an enormous emotional burden. I was speaking with Chief Bzutu the other night just before bedtime and was talking about my own burdens, telling him that it felt like I was carrying a heavy back pack across my shoulders. He said simply, "Put it down. You are the only one who can... just put it down." So I visualized myself taking it off my back and setting it down beside me, there in the sand of my lagoon and I prayed that I would be able to walk away...leave it there for the Divine to transform into something beautiful. God can do that, you know, transform what seems ugly and hopeless into something eternally sublime. The trick is to walk away from our burdens in faith and allow....allow the Divine path to unfold, knowing those "Eternal Eyes" see all and know what is best for us...what is best for all of us as our eternal life path progresses past every turn and over ever boulder along the way. With this faith, we find safety and peace. Yet...don't I know
...it is so easy to walk back up that beach to once again pick up that back pack of misery.
I don't know what I am going on about, Anthony, but please know that on this chilly morning in Australia I send you three my deepest Love and respect.
God bless you always,