Count your blessings and not your worries

This week a close friend of mine lost his sister to pancreatic cancer. She smoked all her life ( of which pancreatic cancer is related). She was a wonderful person, a hard worker, a good wife and a good mother. She received chemotherapy for her cancer and it supposedly shrunk, however, she also suffered from vertebral factures and severe unremitting back pain and was confined to the bed and unable to walk or even get up. She was cared for by her family and friends at home and had the dignity of dying in her own home with her brother holding her hand at the end.

For those above ground, what ever difficulties in life you have– they can be dealt with—- Count your blessings and not your worries. Your worries wont last forever,