I read all types of books, a specially the mystics of all religions. I pray, meditate and talk to God. I suffer from Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s and God, through my interaction I am filled with love and encouragement and the seeing the need to try,as much as possible to engage in a active, lovingly way with society and help in positive ways. I am able to give but little but it is filled with my spirit.
I am grateful for the medical knowledge and compassion given by health professionals as my wife undergoes surgery tomorrow and I rest assured that love will surround her and help her face the healing process filled with you grace. I thank you My God.
I am suffering from Parkinson’s and was also diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. I was shaken. I spoke to a sainted soul who through his prayerful helped me to call down the Holy Spirit and since that day I have felt a peaceful love and acceptance
Of my path. Bless you Father Lambert
I am thankful for the cross of San Damiano before me.
Pray for my St. Francis
I feel art as another’s represent the spirit. I feel closer, Spoken to. As a poet and uneducated artist I feel it as a prayer coming through me. All art, even the most repulsive is a true representation of love.
Worry. I suffer from Alzheimer’s and find myself slowly losing hold. That is alright, I have a good spiritual life and supportive family and clinical team. I suffer little anxiety and feel the presence of God’s love. But I have started to not be able to give as much gratitude and love due to confusion and feel I will be stripped of my faith due to my inability to hold on. I worry I will be alone in my mind. Does that make sense?
Thank you Nancy, that I s a daily prayer for me. Bless you for you thoughts
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