I’ve Got Some Personal Stuff to Share with You.

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything here, and it feels important to let you know about some things that have been happening in my life. There’s a lot to tell, and this is going to take a while, so I hope you’ll hang in here with me.

I want to tell you about some of the personal challenges I’ve been facing with regard to my book, Lessons from the Source, and how my role with it is changing; and also to let you know why you won’t be seeing much of me online for a while.

There is no way to convey how deeply moved and humbled I’ve been by the feedback from those of you who’ve read the book. It clearly is having a profound impact on your lives in lots of different ways, and some of you are continuing to use it daily for inspiration and encouragement.

And the frequent comments from those who haven’t yet had a chance to experience the book, but who have been reading the quotes I’ve been posting, have been equally gratifying. Simply knowing how important and helpful you’ve found them, and how often they seem to arrive with exactly the right message at exactly the right time, still gives me chills.


Four years ago, when I finally made the commitment to Source to share the writings with others, I dove into the process of creating a book with more enthusiasm and commitment than I had ever mustered.

It took two years until the book became a reality, and I spent most of my time almost every day working to make it happen. It had become a total obsession, but the end result was more than worth the effort.

Obsessions about making things happen are not new to me. One of the messages I kept receiving while I was growing up was that my efforts (no matter what they might be, nor toward what end) would never be quite good enough. My response, for most of the rest of my life, was to constantly try to prove myself – to show that I really could “accomplish” things or “make things happen.”

Well, I thought, I certainly was able to make the book happen, so as soon as it was done I shifted my obsession to finding ways to let the world know about it.

That opened the door to a whole new set of challenges.

Out There on My Own

I had taken out a loan to cover the costs of self-publishing the book, and those funds were almost depleted. So I had essentially no budget, no publisher to get the books into bookstores, and nobody but me to “make it happen.”

I’m a guy in his mid sixties who had never planned to publish a book, who didn’t know the first thing about book marketing, and for whom the internet – and especially social networking – was like visiting a new country. Nothing was intuitive or came easily.

But I felt like I had been given these lessons and had been encouraged to share them, so it must be my responsibility to find a way to get them into people’s hands, regardless of the limitations.

Stranger in a Strange Land

I read everything I could find about book marketing and learned that there are literally thousands of different approaches an author can take.

Creating a website was the logical first step, and I was blessed to find a young web designer who helped make it a reality. But what next?

For more than a year, I sat at my computer day and night exploring internet options for marketing the book and trying to figure out how to do things that my kids probably would understand intuitively. It felt like hiking a rugged mountain trail in the dark.

Needless to say, not many people were buying the book.

The most enjoyable and rewarding experiences have come from my involvement on Facebook and Twitter – even though I had to be dragged there kicking and screaming.

I had no way of anticipating that I would become part of such an extraordinary community of kindred spirits. It’s been an honor and a huge blessing, and I’m certain some of the friendships I’ve made will last for the duration of my journey.

But I didn’t (and still don’t) understand the nuances of using social networking as a marketing tool, and I’m finding that many of my friends and followers still know very little about the book and haven’t felt inclined to get a copy.

Frustration Sets In

All that struggle without seeing what my human mind would consider to be concrete results made me increasingly frustrated. It felt like the untold hours I’d spent at my computer weren’t helping me “making things happen.”

The more I tried to accomplish on my own without lots of people buying the book tapped into that old message about my not being good enough – so I tried even harder, and became even more frustrated.

It was a pretty nasty downward spiral.

Wandering Off the Path

The irony is, and a few of you pointed it out to me very clearly, that I was ignoring the very lessons I had been given and had shared with you in the book. All that I know and understand about letting go and trusting, and about accepting my good and allowing it to unfold effortlessly, fell by the wayside.

Even more embarrassing to admit is that Source had been making it very clear that this wasn’t all my responsibility. I still do this type of writing (Inner Dictation) after more than 30 years, and during the last year or so I’ve been receiving – and ignoring! – some very personal messages in that regard.  Here’s a recent example:

“You are concerned about what to do next about sharing the teachings with the world, yet you know without question that I will see to it that they are disseminated appropriately. You have played, and are playing, your role, but you need not define it and make it happen.

We agreed together that you would be the recipient of these teachings, but we did not agree (though your human need to “accomplish” and prove yourself has constructed its own scenario) that it would be your responsibility alone to disseminate them in the world. I want you to feel totally comfortable and at peace with allowing a hiatus in it all. I am, in fact, asking you to do so.”

An Emotional Sabbatical

About six weeks ago, I finally began paying attention to those messages and allowed that hiatus to happen. I was able to step back and let go of the frustration. and I decided to take what I’m calling an “emotional sabbatical” from trying to find new ways to market the book.

That has made a world of difference, and I’m more at peace than I’ve been in quite some time.

A New Set of Challenges

Not surprisingly, that change of pace came at a point when other challenges were beginning to show up.

My dog, Ben, left the physical realm last week. His body had been encountering one problem after another, and his health was steadily declining. Letting go of my obsession with the book allowed me to focus more attention and love on him, but his physical issues became more than he could bear, and I decided to allow him to move on to the next level.

While Ben’s situation was deteriorating, another challenge presented itself. The wonderful woman who has been my partner since the first of the year was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Before learning about her cancer, we had planned a ten-day vacation in October. That trip still is going to happen, beginning tomorrow. She will have surgery on the 19th, two days after we get back, and I’ll stay with her as her caregiver during the first part of her recuperation. We will appreciate your prayers and positive energy.

So I’ll be away from my office for at least three weeks. I plan to use some of the time for reflection and re-evaluation of my personal role with regard to marketing the book.

Exciting New Directions for the Book

Regardless of how my role unfolds, two very exciting things are happening that will allow Lessons from the Source to reach lots more people.

1) I’ve recorded an audiobook version of the book that will be available next month.

2) The wonderful Fabiola Sandoval is translating the book into Spanish, and that version will be ready sometime next year.

I’m very excited about these two new presentations of the book and the possibilities they offer, and I promise not to become obsessed with them.

I’m Out of Here

While I’m away, you won’t be hearing much from me. I’ll try to post a few quotes occasionally, but that’s not going to happen often, and the audio e-mails will stop entirely during that time. I’ll check in at least once a day, but my replies to your comments or messages might not be very prompt.

A significant shift clearly is happening in my life, and I’m looking forward to seeing how it unfolds. Please know how deeply I appreciate your friendship, support and encouragement. Much love and many blessings to each of you.

50 Responses to “I’ve Got Some Personal Stuff to Share with You.”

  1. Mary Costanza says:

    This brought tears to my eyes.

    I will keep you both in my thoughts and prayers, and wishing you the best of luck, and sending healing energy, positive your way!

    Thank you for all your inspiration.

  2. jo miller says:

    God bless you both on this journey. You are in my thoughts and prayers.Thank you for ALL you have done and are doing.
    jo miller

  3. Amy L Harden says:

    Prayers are being wrapped around you both as your travel, journey through surgery and recuperation with your partner.

    It seems that the Source keeps telling me the same thing to step away from the social and need to connect…to fully connect with the story and finally writing it. I will write you privately.

    Please know you are in my prayers, dear friend!

  4. Suzanne O'Neil says:

    Dear Jack,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your partner.. Please know that your quotes and your book are and always will be a constant reminder of you. They gave me the head start on my new journey in my life. Thank you for all the support to me and your friends. Blessing to you and well wishes to your partner.
    Suzanne O’Neil

  5. Adrian Massey says:

    Love and light to you my friend. We all have our personal struggles, this is part of the beauty of being human. Without pain we cannot know joy.

  6. Cathy Hume says:


    Much Love and Light for your life changes at this time. I am sending a big breath of Love to accompany you on your journey. May all be well and filled with purpose during this time.

    Joyous Peace,


  7. Gwen says:

    It sounds like you’re doing exactly what is needed. Don’t forget to take care of yourself throughout this time as a loving caregiver. Your presence will be missed. However, my copy of “Lessons from the Source” will keep me on track. I am sending you and your partner much love, light and healing energy. Stay well my friend.

  8. Miryam Aspinwall says:

    Jack, I have no words to explain to you the way you have change my life!. I am a better person since I became your friend in FB, I read all your quotes and they make my days so happy and productive. I love receiving copies of you book Lessons from the source, I will buy the books in spanish so I can share with my friends. Your quotes will be missed and your presence, give all my best wishes of hope and healing for your love of your life and I will be praying for her fast recovery.


  9. Brenda says:

    Dearest Jack – I honor you for baring your soul to us. I pray for Ben’s spirit – he will be waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge. I pray for your partner – with your care and love, she will get through this challenge. Thank you for your presence in all our lives. You are a very special friend…enjoy your beautiful holiday!
    Many blessings and love,

  10. Tim says:

    Dear Jack,
    You are a constant inspiration for me. I can only hope and pray for both of you, but please know that all the healing energy that I can send your way is being sent!
    She could not have hoped for a better caregiver! As always, I appreciate the opportunity to be a small part of your journey.
    In light and love,

  11. Rizal Affif - The Soul Sanctuary says:

    This is a very sharp reminder.

    Often we talk about trust, letting go, peace, etc., while in fact, we try to control or manipulate things. We are obsessed with our own work.

    Funnily, I came across this realization some times ago. When suddenly all things that had happened in life were in perfect sequence–it is perfect, even beyond my own idea of a perfect life.

    I do not know where Life leads us to, but one thing I am sure of–there’s a perfect plan being carried out, and it is much easier to flow along with it, rather than struggling with our own limited idea of perfection.

    May you find the light of the messages passed through you :)

  12. Hermien Vos says:

    Dear Jack,

    It is not about selling the book, Jack. It is about getting the message out. You do that in a wonderful way. Now trust that the rest will follow naturally, the Universe will handle the details.

    Holding you and your partner in my prayers. May you both be well.
    May God bless you and keep you. May God’s face shine upon you and be gracious to you. Hermien

  13. Anayah Holily says:

    Dear Jack

    What a BEAUTIFUL sharing!

    I feel so blessed and honoured to call myself ‘Jack’s Fb friend’.

    Thank you for all your inspiration, honesty, openness, and courage.

    You, dear Jack, lead the way for so many of us to open our own hearts, and to share what is happening in our lives, for this I believe, is the way to true freedom.

    I hold you both in the Light, and hold a clear vision of health, balance, and contentment for you both.

    Love and blessings jack


  14. Laura Rose says:

    So often the lessons and messages we share from Spirit for others are the ones we most need to hear. You are not alone!! Much love and light on your journey!
    Laura Rose

  15. SKW says:

    May abundance in all of its forms continue to grace your path. ~

    Your friend,

  16. tina dunn says:

    Dear Jack,

    I just want to say…I send heartfelt love, peace and blessings to you at this time and always. Thankyou for all of your wisdom and inspiration, all of your beautiful words and kind energy. May all things be well as you move foreward and upward

  17. Maria says:

    Thinking of you and sending much peace to you and all whom you encounter. Though it’s painful, I’m delighted Ben is another angel hanging out with Source watching over you.

  18. Janet Harllee says:

    Jack, you are in my prayers. I know that God is with you and will see you through these times. A lifelong friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of weeks ago. Her surgery is next week. Will be praying for your wife. God’s blessings.

  19. Cinda Lonsway says:

    My beloved friend. Thank you for such honesty and beauty in your sharing. You are a kind, generous and wonderful being on this planet and I am so continually honored to call you friend.

    You are allowed to take care of yourself, your family, your pet and your lover. You give to so many in your outer circle, now it is time for you to focus on your inner circle, where you soul exists.

    Be gentle to yourself, say a prayer of gratitude every morning and night and the universe will provide all you need.

    Sending you love, sending you the energy you need to get through to rough times, enjoy your vacation, and hold her hand whenever you get a chance.

    Kisses and Hugs, Cinda

  20. Emily Ferguson says:

    Hi Jack,

    Just wanted to send you good energy and I hope you continue to experience deeper peace. I wish I had had more time/energy to help you navigate the social media waters!

    I’m so sorry for your loss of Ben. And I send healing prayers for your partner.

    Take care,

  21. shirley muse says:

    Dear Jack,
    i can only echo what others have said. Your heartfelt, honest sharing of your life has helped us all to connect in a deeper way. Your writings, your book and your kindness to all is an example of how to improve our perceptions of life. How lovingingly you cared for your dog, Ben, and now you can know in a deeper way how to care for your partner. God knows what you need, and how to get there. TRUST and let God guide you. I know you will be supported in the perfect way.
    Let the joy of your trip together propel you to new heights. Though I’ll miss you on a daily basis, when I think of you I’ll know that you are right where you need to be and i’ll be happy for you and your dear friend. I wish you every blessing.

  22. D says:

    sending heart felt hugs jack . Thankyou for inspiration and trust you have shown in sharing whats been happening for you .

    love to your partner and warm thoughts and wishes to you .xxx

  23. Teetee Weisel says:

    Hi, Jack:

    I read the book during the pilgrimage to the Reed shrine in La Mirada over the summer. Thank you for sharing. It has become a part of my reference library that is filled with books by my favorite author, Deepak Chopra.

    Ben was never created – and so Ben shall never die. He has just changed his form.

    Please remind your wonderful partner not to “fight” cancer but rather to negotiate with cancer. In a fight, one side or one person inevitably wins. In a negotiation, everyone wins. Peter joins me in sending much love, light and healing energy your way.

  24. Dawn Halbower says:


    You have been an inspiration and role model for me. Your book has changed my life and heart, I wil never be able to thank you enough. Your presence in my life and friendship have meant more to me than I can convey.

    I am so sorry to hear about Ben and isn’t it interesting that your hiatus allowed you just what you and Ben both needed: Time together to share the love.

    I am also sorry to hear about your partners cancer. What a challenging and heartbreaking time you are going through!

    Just know that we all love you. I am sending my love, prayers, healing energy, and blessings for a beautiful journey.

    The lessons continue to inspire us all.

    With deep love and gratitude,

    Dawn Halbower

  25. Luz E Rivera says:

    I will keep both in my prayers. I hope everything goes well very soon. God bless you.

  26. MoonLilith says:

    Dear Jack,

    I am lucky to be one of recipients of “Lessons from the Source” posts which you’ve been sharing at FB. Your messages have always inspired me, my friend.

    From the very start, I never got a chance to thank you for all these messages; to let you know how much they inspired me.

    You and your partner will be in my prayers, Jack. You will be terribly missed but there is always a proper time for everything. Know that you will always be where you are needed to be. Your inner light will always continue to shine upon all of us ~ your friends, family and acquaintances ~ no matter where you are.

    Let me take this opportunity then to send you much blessings of positive love energy and light and healing energy to your partner… pure and unconditional love is overflowing from the Goddess/Divine Source to me and to you and yours, my friend.

    Goddess blessings!

  27. Jeffrey Turnbull says:

    There is not an atom of space, nor a moment of time, nor a single thought where the Real One is not…opening, softening, surrendering to this isness unfolding, revealing itself, in trust that no illusion here is a true reason for fear. Fear is the darkroom where negatives are developed. Worrying is like praying for what you don’t want to happen. FEAR is an acronym for Forgetting Eternal Absolute Reality.
    And despite what the doc-heads say, nothing is “incurable” for the One who created all from nothing. Innate God-Self does the healing, and the doctor does the stealing. “We have not lost faith—we have merely transferred it to doctors.” – Mark Twain. Everything is composed of Light…which means that it disappears/dissolves when the Light is shone upon it. In order to justify the authority of their positions, the doctors will do their damnedest to pump up your need of them by exacerbating your fears with all manner of ungodly “scientific” idiocy. Cancer is not a killer. Fear is the killer, along with putting trust in something outside one’s innate Sublime Self connection. Chemo-therapy is by far the greater killer than cancer; cancer is more like a fungus that grows where there is lack of truth, light, joy, dynamic vitality & purpose. It thrives on darkness, fear, sadness, confusion. It also thrives on being given so much attention. Better to ignore it, and leave it in the hands of the Real One. Just trust/surrender to the innate Real One. Endlessly Unfolding Bliss-blessings,

  28. katherine t owen says:

    Dear Jack,

    The first moment I saw your video on youtube, I knew you were the real thing. You stood out from the rest for me.

    I assumed you had already sold lots of books and so, if you havent, please know that you will! (As you say above, it has already been decided.) And your message is getting out there through facebook. All those people receiving blessings through you. Wow!

    I read this in A Course In Miracles this morning.
    It spoke to me. How similar it is to the words you received.

    “The Holy Spirit knows your part in the redemption, and who are seeking you and where to find them. Knowledge is far beyond your individual concern. You who are part of it and all of it need only realize that it is of the Father, not of you.”

    If you succeeded in marketing through your own strength, it would reinforce your sense of separation. The approval of the world would not satisfy you. Source knows that you are ready to allow all to happen easily through Her/Him. This doesnt mean you won’t do marketing, just that it will have an ease and flow about it.

    Just continue to be the wonderful channel you are for God’s love in the life of your wonderful woman and in our lives.

    I am very happy to know you. I am blessed by that connection with you and the wisdom you have received.

    “There is a time for all things.”

    with the Love we are,

    PS. I know you know all this, but I need to hear it too. Thank you. :-)

  29. Antoinette says:

    Dear Jack,
    Thank for sharing your personal story, and many blessings for your journey a head. I think we can all relate to how easy it is to get swept away into our humanness. You are doing the right thing taking time away, and allow Source to enter back in to your everyday.

    I wish you and your partner well. Thank you for all the inspiration… I am fortunate to be touched by your spirit.

    Eternal Peace, Love, and Gratitude;
    Sunshine and Moonbeams

  30. Christina Zecca says:

    No need to ever apologize for anything Jack. Don’t apologize for your absense, because as much as you have done and do a team of wild horses couldn’t ever keep up with you! You are a hero, never apologize or I will get out my fly swatter with the HAND and spank your butt. YOU ARE ONE OF THE KINDEST PEOPLE ON THIS EARTH!!!

  31. David Knight says:

    Hi Jack, i have read your post and there are numerous things i could say. First i feel such a strong connection with you…all those thoughts and feelings regarding frustration from the ‘marketing’ and trying to share the written word from ‘within’ I too kept / keep forgeting to go with the flow. At times i have felt like my head wants to explode….because the need / desire to share and help others becomes overwhelming and all time consuming.

    All those years ago and the feelings you had…NO one can accuse or frown upon anything anyone else does…if they have done their best,…..and you did. God Knows everyone and everything and knows us better thsan we can ever know ourselves. Trust in yourself and your faith within…all the answers and guidance is there.

    Your love for your Ben will never be shaken….and he will remain part of you both forever. Sometimes as humans / emotions our attachments ( because we call things ‘mine’) are to much to bare…. God told me once that when our hearts feel as if they are broken in two…that he is the GLUE (his love) that forever heals and makes them whole again.

    Remember who and what you are Jack…you are strong…an amazing person and you will find the strength to help your lady through these times. God gives no test that cannot be met with courage and love. Every day the SUN ( and SON) will shine Jack….let your LIGHT and LOVE still shine through for her. Also remember that LAUGHTER can be the best medicine too…watch your favorite films and comedy together…laugh the blues away whenever you can. Simple things like smiling and singing will raise the vibration and energy around you both.

    Jack… God Bless you and your family. Always a friend …even on the other side of the world. Take care Dave AscensionForYou-Knight

  32. Hillary says:

    YOU KNOW & you know that you know…
    & you are doing it… & beautifully so.
    Let go & let God.
    Have more FUN.
    Seek out nothing but in your heart live your truths.
    Now is your time.
    Love to you & your precious heart.
    You & your beloved enjoy your ‘walk-about.’
    FOCUS on the joy & the love & the making of memories together.
    The lessons that not much more matters in life BUT LOVE, is all around you.
    …& Oh dearest Jack, how you are loved & appreciated beyond words.
    All my love & gratitude to you & yours~
    ps. Awaiting the audio for I prefer to listen than to read. :)

  33. nan says:

    Hi Jack – thank you for sharing this. You and your partner are in my prayers as well. I have been going through some “stuff” also. I don’t understand why there is so much pain involved in this life but with people like you, the hurt is much easier to live with. Thank you Jack – God Bless Us All.

  34. Federico Caprotta says:

    Hi Jack:

    I have not read anything of yours nor seeing your book so I cannot comment on all of that.
    What I can comment on is what you wrote, I feel for you and the travels you have taken to get to where you are, the losing the way and the wanting things just so according to your time table. I know that is painful and discouraging. At the same time to share those very private falls and detours and acknowledge them to yourself and others is something that takes courage, impeccability and gumption.
    Often I have found that what I feel or think I need to do with information that I may have is somehow not as helpful as when I am brought to my knees by life and then bare my soul as you have….and others can access it much easier for it show’s the humility that helps in so many ways.

    In you doing so, you do one thing that I think is huge for others, show them that they do not have to judge themselves as harshly as they have, that they are not alone in the process of learning and that we can make detours and move forward all at the same time.

    The fact that you show your vulnerabilities makes you a greater person for it, for it shows your power and you light the way for others that may not be able to at this time.

    What could be a truer description of a light being than that.

    A hug and a warm glow from me to you.

  35. Jay Clark says:

    Hi Jack,

    What a powerful revelation for you! For me, as much as I appreciated the messages you and your book are sharing, I would much rather have heard directly from, and interacted with you personally, as you are now sharing.

    Many of us hear these messages in the 2nd (you),and 3rd person,(we), but the most powerful is the personal story, owned, and related honestly in the FIRST PERSON.

    I feel too many are ONLY using Facebook as a “Marketing Tool”, (some are even “Marketing Marketing!”), yet not building any relationships, nor interacting ‘socially’. I see well meaning posts with a “Spiritual” message, but they are often teachy and preachy ‘sermons’ with no personal ownership.

    I also have many Facebook friends now with whom I interact on a regular basis, with a primarily spiritual ‘core’ to our conversations and explorations.

    It takes courage to share sincerely, solely in the 1st person, and trusting the Universe to do the “Marketing”. I admire you for getting this potential.

  36. Sunil says:

    Dear jack,

    My prayers and Gods blessings are with you.
    I wish you both well.


  37. roslyn williams says:

    Jack, blessings, strength, peace and large amounts of love to you!
    Warm Regards and blessings

  38. Vinnie Thorpe says:

    Bless you my friend you have helped me in so many many ways. Love light and blessings to you and your partner!

  39. Debra Oakland says:

    Jack, there are no words. As our souls are deeply connected, just know that you have all my support and love. Blessings on this new journey of the heart, as your book finds its own way to success. You have done your part Jack, now let God handle the details. All part of Co-Creation! Much love to you and your beloved.

  40. Tambra says:

    Blessings, my friend. I sense that the decisions you’re making are creating room for exhaling, and resting into the presence and power of Source that has been guiding you all these years. Prayers for you, your beloved companion, Ben, and your lady-friend. May you each traverse the thresholds before you with grace.

  41. Natalia says:

    I love You,God bless You,Peace, be still, I give You my Peace.
    This is a nice prayer.

    Everything will be good,Jack!

  42. Tami Close says:

    Hey Jack,

    I can totally relate. We think we’re supposed to be out there “drumming” up business when actually the opposite is true. Ho’oponopono is a powerful marketing tool as there is nothing that we do on the outside to make things happen. In fact, we don’t ever make things happen.

    You can say, “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you” with a melody if you like.

    There is also a video by Caroline Myss about forgiveness that may help you and your partner. I’ll email you privately.

    Jack, you’re in good hands!



  43. Cheri says:

    Love and blessings to you, Jack. Sending prayers of Love and Light for you and your partner. I have enjoyed every single facebook message so much I bought the book so I can refer to all the messages! Thank you deeply for bringing the to us mall!

  44. kaurana says:

    dear jack-
    my prayers are with you!!! and with your wife!!
    may the best for all happen and be assured of my support if you need some…

    you are such a wonderful and brave soul!!!

    so much love-

  45. Catherine says:

    First of all Jack, my heart goes out to you for your having lost the physical love bundle of Ben in your life. Our pets ARE our family members and losing one causes great reason for grief to flow. I hope that you have allowed yourself this true emotion to occur – and will do so as long as is necessary.

    Second I’m overjoyed that you’ve a loving companion in your life. That she’s become a recipient of breast cancer is actually God’s way of giving you two a good way to learn how to be together in the greatest of challenges of love. This WILL be a time that is very trying for you both, but it can also bond you two together in a manner that is like no other.

    I’ve no idea of her physical age, but will tell you that a dear friend of mine was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of breast cancer over a year ago, at the age of ’63’. She was blessed with an excellent doctor and was actually in good physical shape herself prior to the onset of the disease. As I write she continues to get a treatment every 4 weeks but has successfully kicked that disease out of her body.

    As long as you both keep your thoughts, BELIEFS, high with knowing that she IS becoming totally whole, her chances of a full recovery are dynamic. Please know this to be true. The lessons that we’re given so often do not appear to be ‘fair’; however we’re never given anything in life that we don’t [a] need and [b] can’t handle.

    On that expression I will tell you that you are held in my prayers, as well as is your beloved and I look forward to when you’re back in full form here on Facebook.

    One last statement, I’ve WANTED to purchase your book but am not clear on how my computer will handle the extra memory of downloading it to my hard drive. That is the ONLY reason I’ve yet to make this purchase. If you know a way in which I can do this yet still maintain lots of necessary memory on my laptop, I’ll be delighted to make the purchase a reality.

    Love & Blessings Always,


  46. Martha Martinez says:

    I really wish you both find all the strengh & courage to face the coming events, I’ll have both of u in my prayers wishing all the time that everything turns out well.

  47. Stefan says:

    Le dernier jour de cette semaine, vers onze heures du soir, Henri revint en voiture à la petite porte du jardin de l’hôtel San-Réal.

  48. Renaldo says:

    Les aliments paléo, tels que les légumes, les fruits, les racines, les protéines animales (viande de pâturage, oeufs
    de poules en liberté, poisson pêché à l’état sauvage)
    et les gras traditionnels (beurre de vache de pâturage,
    huile d’olive extra-vierge, avocat et huile de noix de coco), ont une EXCELLENTE densité nutritionnelle.

  49. Elton says:

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