Cancer is a Scary thing. Even while surrounded by friends and family it becomes a lonely path for the person for whom the bell has tolled. I am thankful for my good health and yours and saddened by the news that this is not the case for everyone I know.
Life is precious to each of us and taken for granted by most of us until such time as mortality rears its face leaving us trembling at its sight. We shake our heads, shutter in revulsion and thank heaven for it not being our plight. We are sympathetic, empathetic and at times even pathetic with how we respond to the challenges we witness in the experiences of another.
Imagine for a moment that the shoe were on your foot this time. Would you not be pleased to have people you know and don't know coming out of the woodwork with good wishes, prayers and thoughts of love and strength to bless your journey through the darkness that surrounds your days? Would you not feel a debit of gratitude to each and every one of them? Would you not think that the total energy that comes from such good wishes and prayers and thoughts of love and strength might possibly become a source of strength to you as you face your trials?
If you put yourself in someone else's shoes for just a brief moment you open your heart to an outpouring of the most magical substance in the universe. Love knows no bounds, it can heal everything.
I am asking you to this moment step into the shoes of another, be brave and offer some of your magic to bless the day of another. Please visit my post http://activerain.com/blogsview/168545/Fire-in-The-Rain and join my effort to bring some sunshine into the days of a fellow Active Rainer.