There is a pool of Love . . .
that holds all things that are in existence . . .
this pool’s waters are so pure . . .
it washes away illusions . . .
of time and space . . .
. . . with this being said,
what is there to know ? . . .
for even knowledge bows ! . . .
. . . to honor love. . .
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! The blessings we ask for this season
Aren't the kind that come wrapped with a bow;
We're asking for gifts from the heart,
Ones we need and never outgrow.
May we see in these bright decorations
With their colors and lights all aglow,
The beauty and wonder of life
That God's world was created to show.
Let the peace and goodwill of this season
Be feelings that we can extend
Far into the following year
To our neighbors, our family, and friends.
Most of all, may we always remember
To open our hearts every day and share all the love and the joy
In a special and meaningful way.
It is a pleasure to know that you wish to help others overcome their personal tragedy. I too am on a mission and will try to help you as much as I can. Best of luck with your book, and I will keep you in my prayers, and spread the word. Blessings and Praise, Paris.
I too am a mother who has lost a son. Not in the way that you lost yours, but in a way that was as painful. My son, Tracy, died from a brain aneurism at the age of 41 nearly three years ago. I feel your pain, but God's grace has also been the only gift which has helped me to carry on. Tracy was a beautiful young man, not only in appearance, but in his spirit. He loved music, poetry, art, and playing computer games. He would tell me almost daily, "Mama, you can do it." Talking about the business I am going to start. He believed in me, which made me believe in myself, enough so that I am able to get on the computer and meet people from around the globe. It is nice to meet you, and I hope you have found the peace of God which goes beyond our understanding. If there is anything I can do to help you get the word of your book out, please do not hesitate to let me know.
Thank you for visiting my site. Yes, my son is with me every day, as I travel through my journey. I have let the light back in my life, after the release of my newest book, titled “A Silent Scream".
In " A Silent Scream", I shared the most intimate part of my life, my struggles after the murder of my son.
It's truly, a blessing to survive such a horrific tragedy.
You couldn't have said a more defining word unimaginable.
It's lovely to meet you. Wow, I echo what David said about your profile being like a fist to the gut. Holy. I am deeply saddened for your loss. I am sure your son is still with you every day. I admire your courage & strength to go on and make something positive (your book) come from such an unimaginable experience. You are letting the light back in...
Thank you for friending me. Your profile hit me like a fist in the gut. I cannot (will not) imagine losing a son - in any manner. On the other hand, I did lose one of my closest friends a few years ago to suicide-by-cop. I don't think I lost faith in God so much as I lost faith in humanity. I'm still working on both . . .
Keep writing. Keep healing. Keep living.
Thank you for viewing my page. It would be a blessing to have everyone purchase A Silent Scream from my website
It will help me promote my newest book title "Where Is Your Faith" a testimony this is. It's on sale 20% off