Re: [MOL] RE: Our Mol Friend, & My Dear Friend Died..... [03296] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] RE: Our Mol Friend, & My Dear Friend Died.....

Hi Cori,
Amen!  You are a God sent Angel, and just what our forum needs, you just keep
your little fanny here and posting, OK?  I am happy that PJ gave you a little
Love you,

In a message dated 1/30/99 12:20:09 AM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

<< Subj:	 Re: [MOL] RE: Our Mol Friend, &  My Dear Friend Died.....
 Date:	1/30/99 12:20:09 AM Eastern Standard Time
 From: (Stuart Scott Harth)
 I'm a relatively new "moler"...but I've been "listening" for a while trying
 get  the feel of a chat web..I've never participated before - I've enjoyed
 your emails, not quite sure whether to answer or not, and yesterday, thanks
to PJ,
 I sort of took the plunge.  In re-reading my message below, I should probably
 everything before sending it!!! "a read" instead of I read....happended
 of get the picture !! It's been along day, and when I got home
 work there were 159 messages just from today - a little overhwhelming, but
 exciting nonetheless.  The words of encouragement and jokes and tips offered
 great...and very supportive. I've really enjoyed them.  My heart also goes
out to
 the many who are very angry about their "battle" with cancer, be it their
own, or
 as caregiver to someone else.  I was given a VERY grim prognosis a couple of
 ago - in fact I was instructed to "go home and wait to die"...well I simply
 not ready to do that, and personally believe that the body has an immense
 to heal, and that the mind/body connection is very powerful...negative
 thoughts..toxic to body....I read a book called "The Body Hears Everything
 Mind Says"...and it made quite an impression on me...I truly have made it a
 personal credo to remain positive and upbeat (not in denial, that is
 different)...and I do believe that this attitude, combined with a tremendous
 is seeing me through the most difficult, challenging, yet enriching period of
 life.   Love and prayers., C.
 > Hi Cori,
 > You are so right, thank you for sharing.  I haven't seen you post before, I
 > sure hope you do more often, we need your insight, to lighten some souls.
 > Bless you.
 > Love you,
 > Nanc
 > In a message dated 1/29/99 11:29:07 PM Eastern Standard Time,
 > writes:
 > << Subj:         Re: [MOL] RE: Our Mol Friend, &  My Dear Friend Died.....
 >  Date:  1/29/99 11:29:07 PM Eastern Standard Time
 >  From: (Stuart Scott Harth)
 >  Sender:
 >  Reply-to:
 >  To:
 >  When I was first diagnosed, a read a book by Dr. Bernie Siegel , called
 >  Medicine & Miracles' - I heard cancer described by many as "the best thing
 > that
 >  had ever happended to them"  " a real turning point in their lives, for
 >  better"...etc - I have to admit, I could not readily identify with these
 > comments
 >  2 years ago... but my perspective has changed.  In many ways, my journey
 >  cancer has been a very enlightening one, a very uplifting experience, a
 > second
 >  chance I've been given to do things differently....I read something not
 > long
 >  ago that really struck a chord with me..."it's not a pity that life's too
 > short,
 >  it's a pity that we take so long to learn to live it right "....My whole
 >  persepective on life has changed, for the better...I now understand what
 > were
 >  talking about...and for that I am very grateful to God.  Love. Cori.
 >  NLPOST@AOL.COM wrote:
 >  > Hi Dee,
 >  > I know, we all hate this Cancer, the journey of being on it or following
 > it,
 >  > it just really all sucks, but!  How would have we all met, had it not
 > for
 >  > cancer, and the internet, and we have to thanks God for that, I have met
 >  > many dear friends on Mol, so I know when I get to heaven I'll have such
 >  > wonderful company.  What I don't understand is why God let's so many
 >  > so.  We just have to look at the good in all of this, and be greatful
 > we
 >  > all have each others support, love, caring and sharing, and we have a
 > of
 >  > that flowing in this forum.
 >  > Thank you God for all of you,
 >  > Nanc
 >  >
 >  > In a message dated 1/29/99 10:22:26 PM Eastern Standard Time,
 >  > writes:
 >  >
 >  > << From: (Dee Williams)
 >  >  Sender:
 >  >  Reply-to:
 >  >  To:
 >  >
 >  >  Dear Nanc,
 >  >  I am so sorry to hear about Nonie's passing. I did
 >  >  not have enough time to get to
 >  >  know her but she must have been very special for
 >  >  you to write such kind words
 >  >  about her. It makes me so very sad to hear of this
 >  >  disease claiming one more person!!!
 >  >  I am sorry for your loss and please tell John that
 >  >  I send my sympathy to him!!!
 >  >
 >  >  Love, >>

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