Sunday, April 5, 2009

Anonymous said...

my dad has to get a kidney transplant, but there is risk in doing that. should he do it or not

Answer from God through Carley:

"There are several things you can do when you are in a situation like this. You did the first thing by asking me your question. I heard your question when you asked it and while this blog is flooded with so many questions there is no way your question could have been answered in time for your situation, I was there and was with you because you asked me to be.

When you feel torn between life and death, I ask you to give it to me. Ask me to guide the doctors, and all of those who will be taking care of your loved one. Ask your angels to stay very close to you and to protect you and those you love to the best of their ability. Love. Love everyone. When you freely love, you allow me to come in. Remember that miracles surround you every single day and all you need to do is pay close attention to witness them. And when a time comes when you lose someone you love, remember that death is only a transition into the next life after this. No one you love ever really leaves you. Try to live your life with those you love knowing that they are simply on loan to you for a specific amount of time. They share the magic of life with you and that each memory you make can be a beautiful symphony of laughter and play, of sunshine and rain and of love. If you pay closer attention to the moments and to fill those moments with love your memories will be filled with joy."

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