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BLOG: Miracles of Creation: Flowers in my garden and Monet’s

  Flowers have always played a special role in my life—I love how they look, how some smell so sweet, the colors, and even the idea of flowers is magical–at first there is nothing, then a bud appears with so … Continue reading

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“Cancer-Free, for Now” – Gaining The Inside Advantage

Now that Dad was a little better, he was able to continue his fight against stage 4 lymphoma cancer by starting chemo again. How he hung on so long, we cannot understand, but he was determined to keep going. He … Continue reading

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Learning to Dance in the Rain – Gaining The Inside Advantage

“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to end; life is about learning to dance in the rain.” Although Dad was, as the doctors stated, “a very, very sick man,” slowly he made slight improvements, with many setbacks, spending months … Continue reading

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Gratitude, Love, and Sunsets – Gaining The Inside Advantage

Timing is everything! We came so very close to letting Dad go—planning to pull the plug literally within minutes, when the good Dr. K. gave us new hope: he let us know that he felt we were making a mistake, … Continue reading

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Angel of Hope — Gaining The Inside Advantage

Stage 4 lymphoma, three lung infections, on a respirator. It wasn’t looking good for Dad. The day had come—we planned to take Dad off the respirator at noon; two doctors said he wasn’t coming back. That morning in the hospital … Continue reading

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Prayed for a Miracle, Learned to Live More Deeply — Gained The Inside Advantage

After sharing his near-death experience, Dad got worse quickly; I went back home, 700 miles away. Not long after that he was hospitalized. By the time I arrived at the hospital, he was already on a respirator. In addition to … Continue reading

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