Awful beginning.

Well, I’m back after all Month of silence, and I’m happy that I have survived this first Month…
What a way to begin a Year!!!
Whatever could go wrong, it went!

My pain in my joints was so bad, that I could hardly walk.
Than I got “cancer scare”. My stomach and colon felt like something very wrong was brewing up there, so I fell in depression.
My friends didn’t want to talk to me, because I was to depressing. πŸ™‚ !
My computer was malfunctioning.
And than I got the Flu and I felt so miserable, that I forgot about all the other problems. πŸ™‚ !
And all that time I believed, that somehow I’m going to be OK.And I’m now.

I have less pain in my bones. I’m taking Turmeric and Ginger for that.
For Cancer (if any) I got some Apricot Power vitB17.
My computer got fixed.
My Friends are taking to me again.
My Flu is almost over.
And I’m taking again Gotu Kola capsules to revive my brain function.
Life is good after all…
I just have to start this New Year from February and keep going and going and going… πŸ™‚ !

I found this great quote by someone UNKNOWN:
“Whenever you find yourself doubting how far you can go, just remember how far you have come. Remember everything you have faced, all the battles you have won, and all the fears you have overcome.
You have done amazing things and you will continue to do amazing things. You just have to believe…”

Wishing you all good Health and Happiness!
God bless you all.
❀ .
Pray for Peace.


81 thoughts on “Awful beginning.

  1. Always face forward, even when you have to step back. What does tomorrow bring? It most times brings what you are expecting it to bring. Sure, there will always be strife but linings of silver can only be seen within the clouds. Joy is there, keep seeking it.

  2. courageous of you
    sharing the real pain
    while endeavoring
    to be with the moments
    of being better.
    may you feel pleasant
    feelings in body & heart
    one gentle breath at a time πŸ™‚

  3. Not trying to sell a book, but, get a copy of “This Side of the Whirlwind, the Coming Apocalypse.” The message within was specifically given by God for the body of Christ, “in these Latter Days.” We have no need to live in fear even though fearful times are on the horizon. We can trust the Lord in every area of our lives. I, a brother in Christ, say to you, be blessed! Be HEALED, in Jesus name. Amen! Steven R. Harrel

    On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 5:25 PM, cancer killing recipe wrote:

    > oneanna65 posted: “Well, I’m back after all Month of silence, and I’m > happy that I have survived this first Month… What a way to begin a > Year!!! Whatever could go wrong, it went! My pain in my joints was so bad, > that I could hardly walk. Than I got “cancer scare”. M” >

  4. Glad you’re feeling better. We got hit by a really bad flu here, the whole family was sick for about four weeks. Really changes how life looks, doesn’t it? but thank goodness it passes.

  5. Hi anna, I wanted to take a moment to say thank you for stopping by my blog a couple of times now. I’m here of course looking at yours and you have an incredible story to tell of Health, & Healing a more natural way! I wonder if you would like to be a guest author on my site, or would allow me to share your story? Thanks, V

  6. hello oneanna65 its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow i am sorry to heer the yeer got off to sutch a ruff spot but i am glad yoo ar feeling better now!!! i wil send lots of tail wags that it wil kontinyoo!!! ok bye

  7. I just flipped through some of your posts, like your first one and your introduction etc. Even if I don’t know you, I certainly know you are a strong person and I hope you don’t lose faith and get through this. Thanks for sharing these great stories. I only wish you the best.

  8. I have pain in my bones from degenerative joint disease and impending Osteoporosis. I take mobic (big pharma) when its bad, but how are you taking tumeric and what else works?

  9. I love the poem! I’ve heard you can start your day over at any time, so I’m sure that applies to the year, too. Glad you’re feeling better and I’m praying for even better days ahead for you!

  10. Hi Anna. It is great that you are feeling better. I hope February onwards brings blessings into your life. May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

  11. Thanks for dropping by my online writing studio and responding to my article on Flexi Fliers. While I’ve not had to face what you are facing for myself, I did face it in my then 2-1/2 year old son, Graham, who is a healthy and obnoxious 37-year-old who lives outside DC now with his wife and two rescued dogs. I trust that the battle has gained ground during those 34 years. He was treated at Duke, and for some unknown reason, prefers the Carolina Tarheels over the Blue Devils! But I don’t care who he roots for. There is a series of articles on my site that I wrote as a way of working through the myriad of emotions. Search Graham’s Story. It’s in several parts. My best wishes for you and those around you.

  12. Dear friend,

    Really good to read that you are better and that you have overcome your hard times. In those days it is not easy to lift the head, to keep it upright – we are then captured in our own dark thoughts. However, in my grandmoms flat I saw a picture hanging to the wall with some special words, like a poem: “If you think nothing is of help anymore,
    then from somewhere a light is coming to brighten your mind…”

    All good wishes to you and big hugs

  13. That’s a great quote. I was once told by a man who forgave his drunk driving hit and run saying: those pointillism pictures are like your life. Up close. Today. You see only one part of this magnificent painting.

  14. Your an amazing person and an excellent writer. Stay well!! I am going to be asking my Oncologist about the VitB17, and a few other things too. I am following your blog now….thanks for visiting me! I want to read some more of your posts. Have a good evening πŸ™‚

  15. My surgery was exactly like you were saying “everything that could go wrong, went wrong”. Well, still recovering after 7 months.
    I believe you will be better, too, It sometimes takes an awful lot of time.
    I’m writing about life matters and health in my secondary blog
    The art blog is only art.
    I’ve been in clinical research for more than 3 decades, so some observations are worth checking out.
    I know how terrible pain can be, I hope you have strength to overcome that. There are moments when the only sense is pain, and those moments are the test. I wish you recovery.

  16. Most people do not realize they are ‘Magnesium Deficient’. Check out this term and learn to live again. When your body is balanced with sufficient magnesium (and calcium), all your fears and pains will fade away, :=)

  17. I loved the quote.. It is really very necessary to understand that if you have conquered a lot, you can do it ahead in life also. It is very much necessary to believe yourself.. 😊

  18. Hello Anna, I am so glad that you picked yourself up and are still going strong. You are an inspiration for all of us! Believe me, we are all experiencing some kind of struggle. But it’s okay, we will rise above it! Stay healthy my friend! Much love ~ dp

  19. Hi Anna thank you for posting. I have come back to your blog time and time again and you still had your last post from 2016 and I was wondering what could have happened. I am glad that you are back and that you are managing to cope with your health and that your friends understand you and now are talking to you. Take care of yourself and keep writing! Juli

  20. Wow, you’ve been through so much! You’re obviously super strong. So glad things are going better and you’re on your way!

  21. This sounds like my November and December, almost to a tee. I had a cancer removed, got the flu and strep, my computer stopped working, and I fell into a deep, dark , depression. My friends ditched me a long time ago because I was too difficult to be around with my depression and all, but I’ve got coworkers who make me smile, so that’s good. Everything is all better now, and I’m so glad you pulled through, too.

  22. Anna, may I pray for continued strength and inner peace for you? I respect your strength of will, sense of humor. as well as research and using alternative organic remedies. ( Since I used to eat lots of spicy food and hot peppers – which I realize now I had been allergic to for years – I now wonder if the opposite effect might be true for people whose bodies are trying to do them in?) Stay Positive!

  23. So, so, sorry to hear about your situation. It isn’t an easy road to travel. Thank you for visiting my blog and if I can be of any assistance on your wellness journey, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Namaste.

  24. So I’ve only been reading about turmeric and ginger and coconut oil etc. I’ve decided to take it as a preventative measure, and also to give it to my hubby who has had a bout with cancer.

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