MS and Spirituality
by Rebecca May
The Bridge to a Miraculous Life
I aspire to be a light of love to all who know me and all of those who do not yet know me. I am on a continuous journey to discover the unlimited grace of God each moment of each day. I am reaching these goals through meditation.
I lost both my mother and my grandmother last year, four months apart. Since they have passed, I feel them with me everyday. It is a great comfort KNOWING that they are with me along my path, guiding me and loving me unconditionally. I am striving to do wonderful things with my life and show my own children how to get through these obstacles we call life.
To take a breath.
To be a part of that healing light of love.
To send that light to all of the world.
To love, simply love.
I am writing a book about how three brilliant women overcome chaotic and overwhelming obstacles in their lives.
I am living with MS and my therapy is making candles.
I am living every day to it's absolute fullest and hope to inspire others to do the same.
Katherine, I just wanted to tell you, on a personal level that I find you very inspiring. I thank you for your beautiful wisdom and sharing your insights.
I am on vacation, and every chance I get, I try and peek at your site!
When I get home I am going to take a couple of hours and read it through and through.
I send you my light and my love and hope you are having a wonderful day. This morning as I was meditating, I couldn't help but think of you!
Rebecca MayMove to an article on faith and healing in answer to another visitor with MS tags: MS and spirituality