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Some of my experiences.

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It's so important to belong to this group,close to my heart.My youngest son is autistic and my daughter has disrythmia of the brain.I had a son ,in 1975 whom passed after living only two days.God bless all children who suffer.

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no matter how bad life is or gets, you think man , how bad is my luck. you can always find some one whose life is much worse than your's,and then you can look back and thank god that your life is as good as it is.god bless and i will keep you in my prayerss


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Haley is my Great grandaughter  and Jdldal is my son , and only God knows how much I love them both, Haley has been In my Prayers ever since the day she came into the World, and she is in My mind and heart and Prayer's all the time,


God has been good to my Family, and to me also, and I thank him for all that he has Given me and to them, and for me and Mine I will do my best to serve him until he call's for me, and if you don't know jesus, My Prayers are for you to come to the point where you will call upon his name, and ask him to come into your life and be saved by the blood he shed for you upon the cross.


                                                                                                                                                     GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU

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Andy God is listening to your prayers, so when things really get tough, the tough really do survive. So many people suffer from, watching others suffer but, as you have done, we all need to stay strong. Thank you for sharing your experience. I am a huge child advocate in cases of child abuse. My former step-son, at the age of 20 months, was shaken by his mother's live in boyfriend who later became her husband. Seeing this was bad enough, but the man never spent a night in jail. He got a 6 year suspended sentence and Joshua is 17 years old and still a 2 year old child in his mind and actions, but he is a very loving child and cries when anyone is hurt. He has inspired a lot of lives and will graduate high school this year.

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I have been involved a great deal with sick and dissabled children through the organization that I belong to..... Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rites, Shriner's......... Those of you who know of us, then you know what I'm talking about.

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I have been involved a great deal with sick and dissabled children through the organization that I belong to..... Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rites, Shriner's......... Those of you who know of us, then you know what I'm talking about.


When I was much younger my oldest sister had bone cancer (which at the time was rare), and the Shriner's helped her to get experimental treatments when the insurance company would not pay. Although, I personally have not experienced anything major I would like to say I will never forget all the children and stories I heard from the hospital and my family. 


The Scottish Rite and Egleston hospitals, which I had to go several times with  my own kids from breathing problems or surgery (my daughter was born with a club foot), I saw and spoke to many parents with their own children passing away right before their eyes. As grateful as I was that my own children are healthy, I was so sadden by their pain and remembered my own family's pain while my sister had cancer.


I am definately wanting to do my part on helping out not just in this forum, but where ever else I may be needed.


P.S.


on a side note, I would like to say if you are able to give blood then do so. something so simple, and yet people do not fully understand how that something so small does save many lives! I know it helped my sister, and my nephew (he was born 3 months premature).


Thanks,


Kristy