- Encouraging Words is an album by Billy Preston released in 1970. Preston worked closely with George Harrison on the album, who contributed guitar, co-produced, co-wrote a song with Preston, and contributed two of his own songs which were yet to be released, as All Things Must Pass was released
- (Cancer patient) Although every disease has its patients, to be a cancer patient has a very specific meaning, both to the patients and their relatives and the general public. Often, there is a large amount of misunderstanding surrounding cancer diagnosis, treatment and follow-up.
encouraging words for cancer patients – When Someone
When Someone You Love Has Cancer: Comfort and Encouragement for Caregivers and Loved Ones
When you’re caring for someone with cancer, it’s difficult to know how to truly be there and how best to respond to the unexpected twists and turns that accompany a devastating diagnosis. This comforting book inspires caregivers to seek peace and understanding in their loved one’s situation, learn the importance of active listening, and explore their own feelings of confusion and unrest.
Beloved watercolor artist Michal Sparks’ soothing paintings combine with practical helps and honest “I’ve been there” admissions from bestselling author and longtime pastor Cecil Murphey that detail handling both the physical and emotional challenges of illness. Caregivers will learn how best to handle anxiety and apprehension, answer questions honestly and with love, deal with their own emotions of exhaustion and helplessness, and bring hidden feelings to the surface.
This much–needed book uniquely combines practical ways to help a friend and family member deal with a devastating disease and spirit–lifting thoughts for celebrating the gift of life in the midst of troubles.
Judges Howard Rae of Kentucky and Marilyn Randall of Montana visit with a leadline competitor.
just carry me home tonight – 121/365
a forest scene from a walk today.
encouraging words for cancer patients
This beautiful, heart-stirring verse is sure to touch the heart of Cancer Survivors everywhere, in a profound and meaningful way. It was created by nationally recognized poet, Genie Graveline. This quality product is 8×10 in size. It is double-matted The Verse is ……….. After Cancer We learn to take the “little things” in stride. We concentrate on positive energy and the beauty that surrounds us. We rush less, laugh more, and live with greater intensity. Our focus shifts. Material things become less important, and the people in our lives become more dear. We derive our greatest pleasures from our relationships. We become more tolerant of imperfections, and more appreciative of the special moments we share with the people we love. We have a deeper understanding of how quickly the years pass, so we try to get as much as we can out of every day. We find joy in the face of a child, the embrace of a loved one, the warm, inviting smile of a friend…and in silence. The “quiet” has become a welcome companion. When the world is still around us,we have a chance to reflect upon our lives, and look towards the future… with optimism, hope and courage… we are cancer survivors… ready to continue on with our journey.