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Author Topic: we look to you  (Read 1147 times)

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Offline rpm1437gcw

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we look to you
« on: March 29, 2009, 05:55:40 PM »
I was diagnosed in 1997.  Most of my friends or others that I new were not living past ten years so I always thought myself as one of the lucky ones to surpass that.  But however after signing up in here and reading about alot of you I realize that I dont have to give up like I always wanted to.  When I read that you have all been going for the past 20 and so years I got to take my hat off to you.  You are the people that myself and others can look to for answers.  I send my positive energies to all of you that are long time survivors that you continue to grow and bless this world with you knowledge and experiences so we can learn what they (the Professonals) dont want us to know or cant tell us.  Keep your spirits up you are each special people in your own ways.

beauty is in all of us we need to see beyond the physicla to the soul.

Offline Dwayn20

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Re: we look to you
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2009, 06:16:33 PM »
I thank you for your posting .Every day it gets a little better.But all that has happened in the last few weeks is burned in my soul.We have all lost friends but when it hits this close to home it,s a real eye opener.All we can do is live one day at a time.
Dwayn20(Scooter)



I was diagnosed in 1997.  Most of my friends or others that I new were not living past ten years so I always thought myself as one of the lucky ones to surpass that.  But however after signing up in here and reading about alot of you I realize that I dont have to give up like I always wanted to.  When I read that you have all been going for the past 20 and so years I got to take my hat off to you.  You are the people that myself and others can look to for answers.  I send my positive energies to all of you that are long time survivors that you continue to grow and bless this world with you knowledge and experiences so we can learn what they (the Professonals) dont want us to know or cant tell us.  Keep your spirits up you are each special people in your own ways.



 


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