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Angels at Hospital

May 25, 2014

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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.

THANK YOU.

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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.

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

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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.

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I was happy to make her feel a bit better.

She has the picture beside her pillow night and day.

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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.

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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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