Sometimes I Wanta HOLLER! A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (November 18, 2011)
"Magic is a millionaire already and pharmaceutical companies continue to give him contracts. Great for him, but I think I have the same value. ... But in the end, every wonderful e-mail I get that says I've touched them, that I've prepared them in some way for something, is worth the hard work."
Shines the Sun: A Blog Entry by Shana Cozad (August 17, 2011)
"We all have cloudy days. But the sunshine is always there. Other people may think of this in other ways, such as Jesus, God or other religious interpretation. I think about my connection to God every day too. Yet, I am clear in acknowledging the other elements of our Universe and my connection to them."
Curing Your Spirit of HIV: A Blog Entry by Ibrahim (June 22, 2011)
"'It's written,' a beautiful Islamic philosophy that indicates, 'everything in our life is written in the book of God, our story from birth to death.' No way that you could have changed what happened in the past. Do not dwell. This lifts the weight of why you were infected, how and then what."
Hold Tight ...: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (October 13, 2010)
I was encouraged by [rescued Chilean miner] Mario. His spirit is phenomenal. He emerged from that mine as if he was at a pep rally. ... It reminded me that God has a purpose for my life and it should always be at the forefront no matter what is going on with my health.
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