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The Circle of Friends

I've had this image for sometime, 
it touches me deep inside,
I didn't know how I would use it, until today.

Today I learned that one of the 'circle of friends'
Joe Spadoman
has been taken into hospital suffering a heart attack,
he is being cared for by those who know medically,
he now is waiting for his own body to respond.

I for my part am joining in with the
 'circle of friends' in sending
'healing energy Joe's way, this is my belief.
The circle of friends is a strong circle,
each one may have a different faith, 
or come from a different culture,
that doesn't matter because we 
all believe in each other,
Joe alluded to this
himself many times.

Joining the 'circle',
feeling the love and compassion
 of each one is very strengthening
we become solid
'as rock'.

Please join the circle of friends with me
sending strengthening wishes
to Joe over at
~

Comments

rebecca said…
thank you dear sweet sue, foxy sue as joe calls you! you have me in tears this morning. truly your words encompass the depth of love joe brings out in each of us.
thank you for being such a bright light in out circle of believing.
i love you sue.
Stephanie said…
Sue,
How perfectly you have put into words the way I feel...that we are all full of healing energy, that this circle of light and healing thoughts that we are sending to Joe is so very powerful.

x..x
Absurd Grace said…
Sending love his way.
Meri said…
I'm sending love his way -- and yours, too.
Rosie said…
Beautifully put Sue. Let's hope (and pray) that it works... I am proud and humbled to be a member of this Circle too...
Noelle Renee said…
Sue,
A beautiful prayer, heartfully felt and whispered through tears to the one who hears all our pain. I am confident all of this energy going upward will bring our Joe back to us.
Love,
Noelle x
Mel said…
Oh Sue--this one made me weepy. (as I sure it will Mr. Spadoman)

Thank you so much for joining in the circle--I know he feels the love.
There is great power in healing circles. Even now, I feel the healing going out to our friend Joe. It is good, very good.

Healing Breath of God
Charlotte said…
Send my love to Mr Spadoman please Mummy - I don't yet know how to add him to my blogging circle.

C xxx
GrandmaK said…
Beautiful sentiment. Prayers will abound for him! Cathy

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