Note: The Healing Journal in its entirety
has been mostly removed with just a few images left.
This journal started out as a journal to record positive uplifting thoughts to speed my healing on what was to be a five week journey to rid my kidneys of large stones. The surgeries were in two stages. The urologist was not sure he would get all the stone out in the time I was to be under, and so a second was scheduled. At that time he would also then clean my left kidney. (Stamped images were a gift from Cathy Johnson.)
It didn’t go well, however, after leaving my personal journal
up for a few months I’ve decided to take it down.
Those interested can contact me for information or images.
“I bow down to hurt. It is hurt that makes us grow. When we are complacent and “ladi da” we maintain the status quo. When we are challenged and face difficulties, the real work of dharma begins. I bow down to hurt. Emaho!” Barry Kerzin
Breathe in the pain and fear.
Send out sunflowers, a loving mate, summer berries,
good food, comedies and murder mysteries. Healing is sent to all those who are suffering. Compassionate abiding.
Always have gratitude for the pony hiding
in the middle of all that horseshit.
It’s got to be there somewhere.
Drawn in a handmade folded journal withe anything on hand:
Pentalic HB woodless pencil, various pens and with De Artramentis Document ink, Super5, Noodlers ink, and Daniel Smith, QoR, and Holbein watercolors.
Cover art a gift from Cathy Johnson.
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