This week, they kicked off another round of the 40 day gratitude challenge, and a lot of the posts are really good food for thought - especially for an ungrateful person like myself!
Dear readers, sorry for all the complaining this week.
Someone asked me if I was in a 'people phobic' mood, and and I told them that it's not so much 'people phobic' as 'bad middot phobic' - and that includes my own bad middot, so it's been pretty frustrating dealing with myself this week, never mind everyone else.
But it feels like it's starting to lift now, BH.
I also wanted to share this with you, which I got from my friend in the Netherlands, who has Lyme Disease and who has been struggling to try and regain her health for years. Here's the story in her husband's own words, and they set up a go-fund-me page which you can donate to HERE: https://www.gofundme.com/help-we-have-lymes-disease
"My wife was diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease in 2011. She has incurred this disease in the late 1990s.
She had about all the symptoms that are described when health care professionals are talking about Lyme.
It started with bell's palsy, but also nerve pain, difficulty concentrating through extreme fatigue, diagnosis of fibromyalgia, problems with the intestines, etc.
It eventually took more than 10 years of searching and numerous trips to many hospitals and specialists before we finally reached a physician who ultimately established the diagnosis of Lyme's disease and because this took many years, the disease had now become chronic.
To make things worse, I was diagnosed with Lyme's disease little over a year later as well.
Whether I have is a separate form, or if the disease has been transmitted, we may never find out, but it has not missed its effect on our lives.
By now we have lost almost everything we had built up. On the one hand, by the treatments and supplements we needed, and on the other hand, because we could not function at full strength.
We lost our company, my job and our home. Do not worry, we still have, by the grace of God, a roof over our head and fortunately there is a bit of safety net in the Netherlands when you get into our situation.
Do not get me wrong, I absolutely do not want to complain and come across as a victim. We have done our utmost to try to keep our head above the water in the last few years and as good and bad as it goes, to try to get the supplements and treatments needed to keep our health in check.
However, this challenge is becoming more difficult by the day.
In addition to, or probably due to Lyme's disease, my wife also has a very serious parasite infection. I do not want to be too graphical in my description, but it is unbelievably the amount of parasites that my wife removes from her "system" every single day. And that's been for over 2 years now.
The picture shows her in a wheelchair, fortunately she does not need it anymore and can walk by herself, but the parasites threaten to become too much for her now.
It is not only the parasites themselves but also the symptoms that come with it. The nerve pains, the headaches, her body is poisoned by the heavy metals that are associated with trying to fight these parasites.
She is at the end of her rope and it is time for the big guns.
The above applies to my health to some extent, although my situation is many times less serious than her situation, I too am far from healthy.
As mentioned, we try to keep our heads above water, but swimming upstream is very difficult, especially if you are sick.
So what can you do to help her, us?
Because we tried to solve this herself, she has researched and read a lot and now has a lot of knowledge about Lyme disease and parasite infection. We have been following the activities of Dr. Klinghardt.
We recently talked to her doctor and after several additional blood tests she concluded that the next step in our treatment would be to get to the clinic of Dr. Klinghardt.
The nearest clinic under the direction of Dr. Klinghardt is the SophiaHealth Institute in Kaufbeuren, near Munich, see the link here for more information: sophiahealth.de
In addition, the heavy metals, starting with the fillings in our mouth, should be removed from our body.
The treatment we need, initially requires us to stay internally for a week to do all the tests and start the initial therapy. The follow-up treatments and the necessary supplements will follow.
We do not have the financial resources and that's where we can use your help.
So, if you have the possibility, we would be very grateful if you can send a small donation to help us to get treatment.
We are grateful already that you have taken the time to read our story and will be forever grateful if you want to help us regain our health, mainly my wife's health, and help us get back on our feet
You have no idea and I can't express in words how much we appreciate your kindness
Thank you and kindest regards,
So, if you'd like to help these very special people - who really have hung on to their emuna through tests that would have taken most of us out a long time ago - HERE is the donation page to help them.
And may God help all of us to come through our tests very, very soon.