Xeloda 4.10.6 uncertainty and faith

uncertainty fills / cancer’s world as we seek our / equilibrium ♦
peace comes with knowing / what will be will be and then / believing that’s best 
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6 responses to “Xeloda 4.10.6 uncertainty and faith

  1. Sending you love and prayers. Becky

  2. Roni (RaptorRapture)

    Short post and I take it that means you are not up to more. Either physically or emotionally you are either nto ready to share, or not feeling up to the task. Either way is fine…you reach your own equilibrium at your own pace…not ours. Remember the jar has been shaken fairly hard, sort of like one of those snow-globes at Christmas. The snow is wildly flying right now, and vision is difficult beyond a few inches. But we know that eventually, the snow stops, settles down to the bottom, and our vision is restored. Is the scenery always the same afterwards? No. But our vision is clearer. In the end, if it’s snow flakes, or stardust, either is beautiful. Hugs and love.

  3. Donna I love the way that Roni expressed the issue like snow-globes. She is so right about having to wait until the snow settles to the bottom so that you can see the best path for you. I am sending you thoughts of love and light and wait for you to see where this journey continues to allow you to dance in to the light. xoxoxo and a big hug ❤❤❤❤❤❤-Susan

  4. Donna, I’m sorry I haven’t been reading as frequently…my last read was your celebratory posting in early August…I’m so sorry you have been going through so much (I have just now read about the fluid build-up). Keep on with your beautiful poetry and dancing and big hug–Kathleen

  5. “Cancer” and “uncertainty” should be paired together in the Thesaurus. We never know, none of us, even when we think the snow has settled.

  6. Love and Hug’s to you dear Donna, you are always in my thoughts.

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