To Die or Not to Die. Sooner or Later?

Ivyevelyn, R.S.A. By Ivyevelyn, R.S.A., 15th Sep 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The author contemplates the opportunities to seek a cure for her cancer, which may only prolong her dying, or whether to rest in the care of God and her family. The research of various treatments and time consuming hospital visits are exhausting and take up the days which are now so valuable.

Now is The Time.

Now is the time to reminisce and appreciate my life. The joys and sorrows need to be remembered and viewed as in a movie passing before my eyes. The mistakes and the triumphs acknowledged, the sadness reviewed and laid to rest, the happiness remembered and savored with my loved ones. My childhood, my school years, all full of laughter and tears, and then the acknowledgement of my adult years with so many mistakes and yet times of achievement. How often did I think I had found the answer to the wonder of life, only to have my dreams shattered; then to recover and see the horizon again?
Now I need to review these years and then look ahead to what is left of my life. Where do I go from here, or maybe there is nowhere to go from here. I need to remain where I am. Maybe................

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
I attended the City Literary Institute in London and have a Royal Society of Arts Diploma in English Language.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
16th Sep 2011 (#)

Its a bitter sweet decision. Be in peace.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
17th Sep 2011 (#)

Thank you Mark Gordon for your comment. Your good wishes help to comfort me at this time.
Ivyevelyn.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
18th Sep 2011 (#)

I'm moved by your words: "where do I go from here?"

You're going to be alright soon.
Be in my heart and be healed.

Share your thoughts among us and think positive, nothing is impossible with positive thinking.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
18th Sep 2011 (#)

Thank you, Rathnashikamani. Meeting you and others through this site is bringing me so much support and comfort. I have opened up my distress to you all and found peace and the courage to move forward, carrying with me your strength alongside the strength I have left.
Ivyevelyn.

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author avatar Tranquilpen
18th Sep 2011 (#)

Hello Ivyevelyn, Pardon me for expressing my sentiments of hope and full recovery, I was dying from emphysema in both lungs. Through the morphine and immense pain, I chose life, my condition deteriorating I was frequently tempted to just give up. My spirit left my body once for a full three minutes, no golden escalator angels or bright lights for me, but utter and immense peace. I asked about my condition to the universe and received an answer from a deeply compassionate voice, not a strange voice, but that familiar voice that always had shown me the path of reason. This voice told me that since I loved this gift of life so much, I was allowed to return on condition, that I do what I am doing right now, giving hope. After returning to my body, I was immediately aware of the excruciating pain in my chest. However, when I returned to the 2 specialists, 14 days later, not a trace of cancer could be found. That is all of twenty years ago. I have been into hospital for other illnesses and have had my chest exrayed several times, and there still is no trace of the cancer at all.I am infinitely aware of the fragility of life and realize that at sometime I will be leaving on my final departure. I choose to believe that as you say in your bio above: " I am an avid writer who believes I have something to share by revealing my jouney from childhood into womanhood. Now I face a perilous path into the unknown; at the same time reminiscing on the joys and sorrows I carry with me." Keep writing dear friend and touch those ones lacking fortitude:-))

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
18th Sep 2011 (#)

Thank you so much, Tranquilpen, for sharing your story with me. Your words are supporting me as I continue my study of "InfiniteBeing - The Twelve Principles for the New Reality". I feel you have experienced this revelation which I am so eager to learn. I will keep your words in my heart.
Ivyevelyn

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author avatar Buzz
12th Oct 2011 (#)

Ivy, our friends Rathnashikamani and Tranquilpen have said it better. Listen to their words of comfort and encouragement. My prayers too.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
20th Oct 2011 (#)

Tranquilpen: I have just re-read your story again. Thank you so much for confiding in me. Your words and those of Buzz, Mark Gordon and Rathnashikamani stay with me.
Ivyeveyn.

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author avatar Jack Vorster
26th Oct 2011 (#)

Ivyevelyn, you need encouragement. May I refer you to one of many sites where you can read of healing testimonies. http://www.christian-faith.com/forjesus/healing-testimonies-list

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author avatar Jack Vorster
26th Oct 2011 (#)

With you in mind, I quickly wrote and published the follow-up article, "Which is easier to say?" http://nut.bz/xftidnp0/
I sincerely hope it is of value to you.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
26th Oct 2011 (#)

Thank you, Jack. I am printing out your pages and will spend time reading them. I will get back with you.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
27th Oct 2011 (#)

Hi dear Ivyevelyn,

There's a great healing power in Jack Vorster's pages.

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author avatar Jojay
27th Oct 2011 (#)

Yes, remain where you are. You have many more verses to write and share.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
27th Oct 2011 (#)

Jojay: Thank you so much for your kind comment. You have all been so supportive and I am so pleased to meet you,

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author avatar Funom Makama
9th Nov 2011 (#)

come on Ivy!~~~ These words of yours are very scary. Your importance to use here is so significant and you are not going anywhere yet. We still need you and as much as this article is touching, all I can see is your arms open with so many giving you the comfort. You'd be alright!

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
10th Nov 2011 (#)

Hello, Funom Makama: I wrote this soon after the diagnosis and before I met you all. You seemed to come along when I needed support and care. Thank you.

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