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Angels at Hospital

May 25, 2014


I was operated on Friday.

It seems that everything went well.

Thank you all for your warm thoughts and prayers,

I have felt as a cloud of love around me.



I have met some really nice people here, and most of them are quite sick.

I had to paint this Angel for one of my room mates.

She has cancer in her stomach and she is in lot of pain.


I saw directly a beautiful Angel protecting her, trying to help her through this difficult period.


First night she was feeling really sick.

I saw her agony and I asked if she would like me to pray för her. She said yes.

We exchanged a few words, I hoped she could feel some hope in her situation.

Afterwards, I understood, that she needed to have a picture of her beautiful and sofisticated Angel beside her.

Looking that picture would give her strenght and hope,

and help her to cope with her fears.


I was happy to make her feel a bit better.

She has the picture beside her pillow night and day.


When you read this, I ask you to send a little prayer for her.

Just a warm wish to God, that she will survive and get better soon.

Thank you.

I’m sure that our wish was heard at the same time we thought about it.


I’d like to get out, it is sunny and warm outside.

It’s Mothers’ Day and I’d like to be at home with my family.

Well, it seems that I have to be patient,

once again, a patient patient.

…perhaps tomorrow.


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