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im very, very glad you did not die. that's beautiful and extraordinary. i think i know that hospital and those strange metal pipes on the roof. i know for sure the quality of light which only exists through the smeared windows of hospitals.thankyou. http://mrcurly.blogspot.com/2007/07/after-fallen-days.html
lesley, that is one of the most profound and moving stories I have heard, beautifully told.
thanks you Ally. It certainly was a profound and moving experience.Lx
Dont know what to say Lesley! Am reallyshocked that you have gone through such major, life threatening surgery. It's funny - you never think other people have gone through such major trauma, you only think it's you who has had nightmare health issues; I had a couple of issues myself in 2007 but not as traumatic as you. There is nothing I can do about the two issues I have and they will stay with me forever! Your account really was quite something. I remember when I was a student nurse I read a really moving account of someone with cancer -it was described like someone who is on the frontline of a battlefield in war. I will never forget that account, like I won't forget your account.
yeah i have heard of Maggie center, by all accounts a socially sound space that extends the arms of compassion to all and many who suffer/have suffered are healing...thanks for your comment Carol. good to keep in touch x