Re: [MOL] Re: Molers say hello to Ashish [00971] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Re: Molers say hello to Ashish



Lee Anne,
That was such a beautiful letter. Thanks for sharing with us.
Christine

At 11:27 PM 11/10/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Ashish,
>
>Into every persons life bad things will fall.  We are here on this earth to
>learn and grow.  If there were no people in need how would anyone be a
>philanthropist and do good with those folks who need help?  I know that it is
>difficult when it is our loved one who is having a bad (horrible) time. But,
>how we deal with adversity -- hard times, and how we make the best of each
and
>everyday that the Lord gives us is a test of our strength.  If we had a
>perfectly easy life, then we would have no reason but to be a perfect person.
>It is not hard to stay away from alcohol if you are not alcoholic; it is
not a
>problem to touch poison ivy if you are not allergic; it is simple to throw
>away cigarettes if you have never smoked: likewise it would be easy to deal
>with all people if nothing ever went wrong.  
>
>I am not trying to preach here but I have seen so many people turn away from
>God when they need him the most.  Ashish, Heavenly Father loves you and your
>dad and he sees that you are suffering.  He will be there to help you in
>anyway possible and I like to think that he lead all of us here (MOL).
Follow
>his promptings and when you ask he will answer and you will see that being
>positive is possible, for each day is a gift from above and we are lucky to
>have such wonderful people in our lives, be they well, sick or somewhere in
>between.
>
>My mother was diagnosed recently with lung cancer and it has spread to many
>parts of her body.  I know that feeling of questioning WHY but there are some
>things that we are not meant to understand.  We must (for ourselves and
>importantly for our loved ones) hold on to all that is good in life.
There is
>much good and much to be thankful for, and as far as your dad goes, I know
>that he must be thankful to have you!
>
>I hope that the MOLers can be helpful to you Ashish; this forum has been a
>major source of information and inspiration to me.  May you find what you
>need, and if there is anything that I can do please let me try.
>
>My love and prayers to you and your dad,
>
>Lee Anne
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