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the spiritual Counselor
waiting for andrew
ChaPtEr 7
I’m Not gonna’ (sic) let it Get me
that’s good; I like that answer
I’m Gonna’ (sic) Beat this thing
I want to Catch Up my dues
I’ve Been Hurting for a Long time
Now, I’m Ready to go…
short time; sweet spirit
love, Prescription for forgiveness
get out of my room! short, not so sweet
I think I’m feeling my old age
It hasn’t sunk in Yet
age is a Blessing; a rite of Passage
I’ve made my Peace with god
Everything is going to be o.k
I ain’t (sic) done Yet…
one day I’ll take Care of it…
why did god let this happen?
I thought it only happened to women
It would help Pay the airfare
a hospice Chaplains’ refection
CarIng for thE CarEgIVEr; tIPs for BEIng good to YoUrsElf
tIPs for strEss rEdUCtIon tEChnIqUEs
an artIClE for EnCoUragEmEnt
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Walking through the Valley

Walking through the Valley

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Walking through the Valley explores terminal patients’ struggle with life, death, and spirituality at the end of their life journey. Medical research reveals prayer does make a difference: healing, physical remission, and peace of mind occur through prayer. There appears to be a paradox: many believe that healing can only be of a physical nature, when, in fact, healing exhibits itself in different perspectives. Walking through the Valley is a compilation of true stories about patients living with a terminal illness, some of whom have found their healing by discovering a pathway through faith in a Higher Power: God, as they have come to know Him.
Walking through the Valley explores terminal patients’ struggle with life, death, and spirituality at the end of their life journey. Medical research reveals prayer does make a difference: healing, physical remission, and peace of mind occur through prayer. There appears to be a paradox: many believe that healing can only be of a physical nature, when, in fact, healing exhibits itself in different perspectives. Walking through the Valley is a compilation of true stories about patients living with a terminal illness, some of whom have found their healing by discovering a pathway through faith in a Higher Power: God, as they have come to know Him.

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