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I took a heart echo and stress tests to be approved for major surgery yesterday--was once again I was overwhelmed by their hearts
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Dec 31, 2021 11:29:04   #
rumitoid
 
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand luxury of truly decent and caring people waiting on you, our frontline of help and protection from the harm and vagaries of disease. And in my experience thus far over three years, they really do seem to honestly be of service; it is not a job but a mission. At 74 (almost 75), it is very moving to be surrounded by these Angels of Mercy. I am instantly ensconced in a gentle womb, it seems: no worries or fears just tender trust in their hands. For this to possibly be my last experience of existence, God could not have been kinder or more glorious by their loving company.

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Dec 31, 2021 11:38:15   #
JR-57 Loc: South Carolina
 
rumitoid wrote:
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand luxury of truly decent and caring people waiting on you, our frontline of help and protection from the harm and vagaries of disease. And in my experience thus far over three years, they really do seem to honestly be of service; it is not a job but a mission. At 74 (almost 75), it is very moving to be surrounded by these Angels of Mercy. I am instantly ensconced in a gentle womb, it seems: no worries or fears just tender trust in their hands. For this to possibly be my last experience of existence, God could not have been kinder or more glorious by their loving company.
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand l... (show quote)

I’m glad for you and agree, speaking as a two time cardiac arrest survivor. Every day is a bonus day and I’m sure you’ll have plenty more as well.

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Dec 31, 2021 11:51:04   #
crazylibertarian Loc: Florida by way of New York & Rhode Island
 
rumitoid wrote:
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand luxury of truly decent and caring people waiting on you, our frontline of help and protection from the harm and vagaries of disease. And in my experience thus far over three years, they really do seem to honestly be of service; it is not a job but a mission. At 74 (almost 75), it is very moving to be surrounded by these Angels of Mercy. I am instantly ensconced in a gentle womb, it seems: no worries or fears just tender trust in their hands. For this to possibly be my last experience of existence, God could not have been kinder or more glorious by their loving company.
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand l... (show quote)


Best wishes for your future. It is nice to read that someone values he receives and that in spite of the myriad government and insurance company intrusions, that we're out here trying to help people.

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Dec 31, 2021 13:03:45   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
rumitoid wrote:
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand luxury of truly decent and caring people waiting on you, our frontline of help and protection from the harm and vagaries of disease. And in my experience thus far over three years, they really do seem to honestly be of service; it is not a job but a mission. At 74 (almost 75), it is very moving to be surrounded by these Angels of Mercy. I am instantly ensconced in a gentle womb, it seems: no worries or fears just tender trust in their hands. For this to possibly be my last experience of existence, God could not have been kinder or more glorious by their loving company.
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand l... (show quote)

Is this like your prostate cancer scare?

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Dec 31, 2021 13:13:13   #
rumitoid
 
JR-57 wrote:
I’m glad for you and agree, speaking as a two time cardiac arrest survivor. Every day is a bonus day and I’m sure you’ll have plenty more as well.


Very kind. Thank you.

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Dec 31, 2021 13:14:54   #
rumitoid
 
crazylibertarian wrote:
Best wishes for your future. It is nice to read that someone values he receives and that in spite of the myriad government and insurance company intrusions, that we're out here trying to help people.


That is so kind. Thank you. Did not expect that.

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Dec 31, 2021 13:15:47   #
rumitoid
 
Parky60 wrote:
Is this like your prostate cancer scare?


Lol. Yes and no.

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Dec 31, 2021 17:30:13   #
manning5 Loc: Richmond, VA
 
rumitoid wrote:
Lol. Yes and no.


I wish you luck with your operation, and with that y/n response and your pic I guess it is in the same area, just a little north.

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Dec 31, 2021 18:21:38   #
PeterS
 
rumitoid wrote:
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand luxury of truly decent and caring people waiting on you, our frontline of help and protection from the harm and vagaries of disease. And in my experience thus far over three years, they really do seem to honestly be of service; it is not a job but a mission. At 74 (almost 75), it is very moving to be surrounded by these Angels of Mercy. I am instantly ensconced in a gentle womb, it seems no worries or fears just tender trust in their hands. For this to possibly be my last experience of existence, God could not have been kinder or more glorious by their loving company.
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand l... (show quote)

I wish you well. I made it through an aortic dissection plus heart bypass and if your's are like the hands that saved me you don't have anything to worry about. Good luck my friend and see you on the other side...

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Dec 31, 2021 20:36:11   #
Parky60 Loc: People's Republic of Illinois
 
PeterS wrote:
I wish you well. I made it through an aortic dissection plus heart bypass and if your's are like the hands that saved me you don't have anything to worry about. Good luck my friend and see you on the other side...

Yep, it appears that you'll see each other in hell unless you both repent and come to a saving knowledge of your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Jan 1, 2022 09:28:51   #
rumitoid
 
Parky60 wrote:
Yep, it appears that you'll see each other in hell unless you both repent and come to a saving knowledge of your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.


Are you a descendant from the Spanish Inquisition? Did you use Psychic Hotline to uncover what is in my heart that you have no clue about? "Judge not" is directly addressing what you said to me. Only God knows our heart.

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Jan 1, 2022 09:32:37   #
rumitoid
 
PeterS wrote:
I wish you well. I made it through an aortic dissection plus heart bypass and if your's are like the hands that saved me you don't have anything to worry about. Good luck my friend and see you on the other side...


Thank you very much, my friend. I am delighted that those capable hands helped keep you on top of the earth for now.

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Jan 1, 2022 09:34:41   #
rumitoid
 
manning5 wrote:
I wish you luck with your operation, and with that y/n response and your pic I guess it is in the same area, just a little north.


I truly appreciate your kind words. I admit I need that positive push.

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Jan 1, 2022 11:18:26   #
SWMBO
 
rumitoid wrote:
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand luxury of truly decent and caring people waiting on you, our frontline of help and protection from the harm and vagaries of disease. And in my experience thus far over three years, they really do seem to honestly be of service; it is not a job but a mission. At 74 (almost 75), it is very moving to be surrounded by these Angels of Mercy. I am instantly ensconced in a gentle womb, it seems: no worries or fears just tender trust in their hands. For this to possibly be my last experience of existence, God could not have been kinder or more glorious by their loving company.
A serious health crisis has its perks. The grand l... (show quote)


I pray that your surgery goes well. I am older than you and have had my share of health issues so I do understand the stress you are going through.

NPP

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Jan 1, 2022 11:27:32   #
PulletSurprise Loc: Columbus, GA
 
As you slide down the banisters of life; may the splinters never point the wrong way!
May the frost never afflict your spuds. May the outside leaves of your cabbage always be free from worms.
May the crow never pick your haystack, and may your donkey always be in foal.

May warmth comfort you in the darkest winter nights.

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