Somewhere along the line I think the current topic for this disappeared in the transition. This is not so good. I herewith fix the omission. Vibe on!
if anyone can spare a thought it would be much appreciated.my brother-in-law's mother has just had a double stroke that has completely incapacitated her; a strong Yorkshire woman, already on kidney dialysis three times a week, she is now in a coma, leaving adrift a husband in his eighties with health issues of his own. a typically Northern England non-complaining type, to rob her of her life force seems so unjust. we can only hope and pray that things go smoothly and she retains her undeniable dignity to the sadly, inevitable end. positive vibes for folks in need is desperately sought. thank you.
vibes aplenty headed their way.
your positivity must have been felt, mary!doctors have no idea how, but after a stroke that affected both sides of the brain, leaving her in a coma, she suddenly had a small recovery on Saturday morning. she has some movement back, returned to consciousness and was able to talk on the phone!!!! that's the tough Northern generation for you; simply refuses to be told what to do by a stroke!!!! thanks so much.
healing thoughts needed for the Premier League team Bolton Wanderers player, Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed on the pitch during an FA Cup Quarter Final match.he remains in a critical condition in intensive care after suffering a cardiac arrest. only 23 years old with a one year old son, please send as much positive thoughts as you can. after unsuccessful attempts to resuscitate him on the pitch, he was rushed to the London Chest Hospital. from The Guardian - Muamba, who has a one-year-old son, Joshua, and a fiancee, Shauna, is a man who has already overcome many ordeals in a young life that began far away from the glitz of the Premier League, in Kinshasa in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1988. In a Guardian interview in June, he said he was planning to return to the country incognito to see the few family members that still live there under aliases and to explore the possibility of setting up a foundation that would give other youngsters a way out. "I'm not the most talented footballer but I know what I can do," he said at the time. "What I have experienced is what keeps me going and gets me out of whatever difficulty I face. I just set myself up to give it my best shot." But a trip of that sort would have posed serious risks for Muamba. His father, Marcel, worked as an adviser to the country's then prime minister and had to flee for his life after the regime of Mobutu Sese Seku was toppled by Laurent-Désiré Kabila, the father of the Democratic Republic of Congo's current president, Laurent Kabila. Before reaching England, Marcel first took refuge in the home of his brother, Ilunga, who was later murdered for sheltering him, and it was not until 1999 that Fabrice, then aged 11, was able to move to London with his mother, Gertrude, to rejoin their father. But despite his strange new surroundings – the cold weather and incomprehensible language – young Muamba adapted quickly and was soon doing well at his new school in Waltham Forest, east London. And his footballing ability quickly brought him to the attention of Premier League scouts, with Arsenal snapping him up for their much-vaunted academy. Since then Muamba has risen through the ranks of England's footballing system, speaking often about his joy at "feeling part of England" and of his dream to represent his adopted country at senior level. That journey began after he made his senior team debut in a Carling Cup tie against Sunderland when he was 17. That was in 2005, when Arsenal last had a team that was winning trophies. Muamba then went out on loan for a season to Birmingham City, where he won the club's young player of the year award, performing with such aplomb that the club signed him from Arsenal on a full-time basis. At about this time he also made his debut for the England under-21 team, which he has gone on to represent 33 times, the second-highest number of appearances at that level by any England player. In 2008 Bolton Wanderers paid more than £5m to prise him from Birmingham. Since then he has become one of the club's most effective players and was voted Bolton's player of the year in 2010. Since Saturday his many friends and admirers inside and outside football have expressed their shock and sadness and on Sunday a steady stream of fans and well-wishers visited Bolton's Reebok stadium to place flowers, shirts and other tributes at the ground. Thousands more have left messages of support on a series of Get Well Soon Fabrice Muamba pages set up on Facebook. Fans paid tribute at matches across the country, applauding the player. Chelsea players wore 'Pray 4 Muamba' vests under their shirts in their FA Cup match against Leicester. A statement from the club and hospital on Sunday morning said Muamba was a critical condition in intensive care. "As is normal, he remains anaesthetised and will be for at least 24 hours," it added. As friends and supporters waited for further updates, a steady stream of colleagues from the world of football – including the Arsenal defender Johan Djourou and the Spurs striker Jermain Defoe – arrived at the London Chest hospital. Bolton Wanderers' manager, Owen Coyle, who has been to visit his player at the hospital, said Muamba's condition remained "very serious". "Fabrice's family have asked me to pass on their thanks for the many, many kind messages of support from not only Bolton fans but also fans from clubs across the country and abroad. All our thoughts and prayers are for Fabrice and his family at this time." He added: "It's very serious. There's no getting away from that. God willing, he makes it through."
hoping things get better for these folks, yikes. Enough already!
Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Fluffanutter. In http://www.dead.net/forum/crazy-quilt-stargown he reports breaking his leg, while golfing. I'm not sure if he rolled the golf cart, fell out of it, or stumbled down a steep grade. Quite an experience for the poor chap, especially with the initial indifference from golf course personnel. I do know a few Dead-friendly attorneys...
Healing vibes to you, fluffanutter! Hope you're back on the green in no time.
out to fluffanuters leg (((((wawawawa))))))
((((((((((((((((Comfort-&-Joy)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))LOVE(((((((((((((((((((((( (((((((((((((((((((Serenity)))))))))))))))))))) ))))))))))))))))))Knowing((((((((((((((((((((( ((((((((((((LOVINGKINDNESS)))))))))))))) Smile anyways. The next band your in will be the best one ever! To be sure! Arooooooooooooooo! If cancer deals you your last hand, metaphorically speaking and there comes a time to lay the last card down.... (Would you bet--- would you win?) I'm going all in for Levon. The man's got the winning card! Play the hand dear one. Your gonna win this one! Levon-1 Cancer-0 Fare You Well Fare You Well I Love You (ALL) More Than Words Can Tell, xo! Thank you for being the beat that healed me for so many years and pleased with indescribable measures the essence of me. Rock On, Levon---You are so loved! so, so, so, so, so, so, so LOVED! I can hear you in the quiet room I am typing this in, how very wonderful. State your wishes and let them be known! I'm there in spirit, get word to me if you need me in the flesh. Big gentle hugs and smiles. No need for worry, to be sure. Okay, see ya at the next show, date to be announced, at a later date but see you there! Faith, Hope and Love, Sher-thebeenthere-Bear aka Sherry B
"Take a load off Fanny, take a load for free Take a load off Fanny, and you put the load right on me"
Excellently, emotionally put, Sherbear-as usual! :D Thanks for the music, Sir, and for your life-long authenticity. Loving vibes to his friends and family, while his soul leaves this world to meet up with Rick, etc. for the greatest Midnight Ramble of them all.
-----------------------(----@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ For Levon, xo! This is the day the Lord hath made we shall rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118 There is such a huge list of gladnesses you are leaving here. And I can rejoice in that. It's like the Yankee's winning the world series. No losing for you! Someone go throw a Gatorade on Levon! Or just a splash or two! And then maybe...> Ahh, I am in a time machine of my own. Trying to remember all that I felt, "when". And it has enveloped me into your unique sher'dness of circumstances, xo. I failed not then and I fail not now either. What is great and excellent is great and excellent. Nothings changed. Big gentle hugs. Lovingkindness to you and all. Sher-ing a part of the day, here and now. --------------------------------(----@
out to noonie and family. that's a tough spot to be in. been there and it hurts. time will soften that pain but friends and family will help you heal and move forward. don't withdraw; remember to reach out like you've done here; it really helps. keep your chin up and continue that positive path of healing yourself. you and your kids deserve it. things WILL get better! :) everyday is a new opportunity for a fresh start . and trust me, noonie ; if i can do it, you can do it! hope all goes well for you and your family. ps. help yourself to generous doses of free music on this site when you can. that helps, too.
to all of the folks on the east coast who are still coping with losing everything from sandy. as i said to a friend; less news coverage does not mean less suffering. thinking of all of you, too.
at the moment. Crank those positive vibes up to ELEVEN!
.I just want to send out hugs to everyone who kept in touch with me over the past few months. Just in case you are keeping tabs. Last year i found out my wife was cheating on me and i was laid offf also we have two small children. Lets just say my world came tumbling down and push me into a real dark corner. There were a few brothers and sisters who kept sending me p.m.'s sharing thier simular struggles. I just want to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. There where times when your letters caused the tears of cleansing to flow. I have finally realized that the light at the end of the tunnel is not a speeding train. Yes it sucks going to court fighting for my children but we will get through this. And of course i still have some bad days but those are getting fewer and farther between. HUGS TO ALL AND TO ALL POSITIVE VIBES
You know the old saying... "Time wounds all heels". The best revenge is living well.
noonie, I see your hugs and positive vibes and raise you. I can't even begin to imagine the hurt you've suffered, but I do hope you continue to heal. Be well, good sir, for better things are always on the horizon.
((((((((((((SAT CHIT ANANDA))))))))))))) For you, and all, xo!
(((((And everywhere else too)))))
A million billion times resounding through the universe and bringing light and love and bliss to every troubled being on this planet from Boston to Bosnia to Beijing to Billings and back to Boston. Homage to the jewel in the lotus! (rough translation of the compassion mantra in the title)
Claim the positive vibes and spread love to people whom you will meet.
A peaceful place, or so it looks from spaceA closer look reveals the human race Full of hope, full of grace, is the human face But afraid we may lay our home to waste
Positive vibes to you and yours.
Fast healing and good vibes to Bob.
(((((((((((((HEALING&COMFORT))))))))))))))))))))))))) Every Miracle and Best Wish Goes Out To YOU! You are so loved, xo. -----------------------------------------------(-----@
From Mona: A brother going into surgery tomorrow. Good vibes needed!
He made it out of surgery and heard others waiting for there loved ones playing so he invited them to play with with him. :)
I know how hard it is to lose a close and loved friend. I just lost a good buddy of mine at the end of February and it was totally unexpected. Man, that funeral was hard! There were lots of tears, but also some good belly laughs, too. Good luck on Tuesday, I know it's going to be tough but I hope the positive memories will help see you through. Take care...
Sorry to hear about your grandfather. I know its not easy to cope. Just always remember though he passed away but his memories will always live as long as you continue to live the lesson he taught.
Life is slipping away for my KC friend Duane. Throat cancer has spread into his lungs: heart / lung congestion is setting in. Offer a prayer or kind thought for him, as well as for his wife Cindy and their 2 daughters.
Yesterday, before the Brewers half of inning number one he was struck in the head by an errant swinging bat. Luckily, he's ok (relatively speaking) but it got him square in the right temple. There are pictures on the net, I would not recommend watching if you have a weak stomach. I'm sending some positive vibrations. Any help would be appreciated...
I think I'll skip the video, the mental image is scary enough. All good thoughts for fast healing; those head injuries are no joke.