How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

Once one of my bibles now owing to what is happening to me I am thinking of changing my religion or singing with R.E.M. “Losing my Religion”. God where are you???

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2 thoughts on “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

  1. Mr. Milea, thank you for visiting my blog. I don’t know what words of comfort I could offer you for the intense pain you are going through. But I can assure you that God is not dead but very much alive. I have Stage IV lung cancer since last November and it’s coming back and I have only one other drug to keep it down before the end. But throughout this time, I have never been angry with God. I never asked, “Why me?”. I only asked, “Is it time already?”. We all die some day. When God says it’s time, you won’t be a second late. God does not willingly afflict us. Cancer could be caused by a myriad of things including gene mutations which is what I have. (20% of Southeast Asian women who don’t smoke have this and I don’t smoke.) Since Adam and Eve sinned, the world is no longer perfect. We no longer have pure air or water or perfect environment not to mention the people who make up the corporations that pollute the world. Pray very hard to God that he would give you peace of mind and ease your pain. Just as God cannot make the sun shine only on the righteous, everyone gets a fair share of light. He does not want to lose any one of his children. Do not turn back on him. Give yourself up and cry out to him. Read the bible and learn about His Grace. Thank Him that He has blessed our life so far. These days I visit cancer patients who are in the last leg to offer comfort. Everyday, I try to brighten someone’s life a bit more. I’ll pray for you.

    • Thank you very much for your comment and for reading my story. I am sorry to hear about your personal fight with lung cancer. My prays are for you and your patients. We all think that we are strong, we all think that can manage difficult situations but when it is happening we are many times surpassed by what is happening to us. I am completely aware that God is in all of us, in all the thing around us and with us all the time. Sorry if my post disappointed you in any way. It was written in a moment of pains, discouragement and weakness. Keep in touch. I’ll pray for you and your patients too. Stay strong. GOD BLESS YOU.

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