Compassion Awareness with October Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month This month and the cause is very dear to my heart. You see, I am a survivor of Breast Cancer. I am so grateful to my doctors and to my radiologist for their quick care and work. Mostly, I am grateful to My Heavenly Father for preserving me and keeping me close to Him through the whole journey. I was blessed with being able to keep my same radiologist and team. They are now like extended family. I am forever grateful for the journey. Not many can say that, And I can completely understand. A dear friend of mine had to have a complete double mastectomy’s and it was a very painful journey for her. She’s a very strong warrior, but the journey was hard. We will all have a journey that can either completely break us down  or lift us up joyfully. It doesn’t matter what the journey is about. It may seem small to one person and absolutely huge to another. That is where the word, COMPASSION, comes in. We can understand the pain of another but we will never ever know the exact pain. It’s different in everyone’s lives. Just as

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Grateful Heart A heart can be so grateful when you are blessed with so many wonderful people and great things. If it is truly a grateful heart, it can feel joy as gifts are recieved and have the willingness to also do the same for others. Today I have a very grateful heart. So many Blessings have entered my life, that for a moment, I forgot to be grateful. That is something I should never forget to be. Life gets in the way at times of how we should truly feel and that’s when I must check my own heart. Should I ever forget what it’s like to be without or wanting, God please remind me. I have learned the importance of being Thankful, Grateful. There are times that we do without or long for, and then we receive the gifts or blessings. What an honor to be on the recieving end. What joy and happiness. Blessings….Yes, they come because of the Father’s Love over us. Grateful, what does it mean exactly? For me personally, it means to never take anything for granted. Not one thing My Father does for me, should ever go unnoticed, uncared for, unwanted, ungrateful. I

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