I thank you for your kind and thoughtful message. I apologize for the delay in my response, which, you very well may understand. As you know, having a wife who is a nurse, those of us who are care takers, nurturers and healers must take time to heal and make ourselves well before we can uplift and assist others. Our individual recover rates depend on our emotional and spiritual resilience. Mine was pretty high for a long time, which allowed me to do what I was doing through CELBANPrep: uplifting and encouraging IENs many of whom who had lost hope. But the trauma I sustained took me a long time to recover. I am doing exceedingly well at the moment and am both excited and hopeful about what I will create for IENs over the next few months.
My path is taking me in a different direction altogether, but I can never forget my nurses who have given me so much. I am where I am because of the courage, tenacity and sheer will that I witnessed on a daily basis by individual IENs who overcame so many personal and professional barriers/struggles/traumas.
It is the loving prayers of people of so many nations that have carried me through. I have felt them at times of great weakness and I have been carried through this period of time on angels wings as a result.
I am a true testament that we as healers are required on this earth, and that God will do what is necessary to keep us in keeping with our life purposes of bringing healing light to the minds, hearts, bodies and spirits of those who cross our paths.
J, your message came to me for a reason. I woke up in the middle of the night, thinking about Dear Kim. I have not written or even checked in in a while. I wanted to write, but had no inspiration. But here it is: my response to you.
I hope that others are as generous and kind, thoughtful and caring about my situation as you have been. I apologize for not being there, during my leave. But, I promised that when I was strong again, that I would begin creating resources once again. How I feel in reading the comments that have been written over the last while, on Dear Kim, tells me that the time is now and I am ready. And, God has provided a way; I have the time to do so. So, while I may not have replied to your comment earlier, please know God has used you in His timing to provide a gift for me to give to others in my reply. Be well, and all the best to you and your wife. Remember that our relationships is all that we take with us when we cross the veil and, as Wayne Dyer said,
“Don’t die with your music still inside of you.”