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Jan 31st
What A Touching Story PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 22 May 2010 10:27
Your article touched me. It takes a lot of human courage and moral strength to reveal oneself as you have done. Each one of us has his or her own journey to take and the journey is lighter if we have surrendered ourselves to God. I was just reading a commentary somewhere that one's pain on earth is already part of one's purgatory and if so, you are blessed in a way that only God knows. And reading between the lines, I know that you realize that blessings come in many ways. God's ways are not our ways and human that we are, we will never understand His ways. But, I am sure that it is pleasing to Him that we accept the Divine Will and the path that He had chosen for us. Be strong because God is with you and be nourished with His Love. Healing will come as He wills, not just of the body but of the mind and the spirit. May He also heal the rest of the members of the family and the people whose lives you have touched. Robert and I wish you Godspeed in your retirement in Manila. May the heavens open for more blessings not just for you but for your family who is also part of your journey. With our prayers, Linda Nietes-Little

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