RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Turmoil Of Cancer
Daily life, routines, fade into nothingness as friendship gets caught up in the turmoil of cancer.
Pain, surgery, chemotherapy, all behind, yet their effects have taken hold and do not want to let go.
Prayer for healing continues constantly, asking Jesus to preserve our friendship for yet a while.
All the pain and suffering that have been gone through should at least have the reward for a year or two more of life together.
Lasting friendship reaches out beyond human comprehension, filling the voids brought on by human confusion.
Tantamount to everything in life, a friend is the only personal gift of God, with the blessing of His Holy Spirit.
Love condescends to every passing whim, yet if it is totally bound within friendship, no one can begin to understand this special gift bestowed by God.
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