First, I want to thank you for your support of Heaven Heals (Finding Hope in the Reunion with Your Lost Loved One). The Launch event was a success and I am grateful to all the authors and guests for such an enjoyable evening. Many contributed prizes and giveaways and, I heard, a good time was had by all.
If you didn't get to take advantage of the ebook launch special, it is still only $2.99 today, but will continue to inch its way back up to the everyday low, low price of $6.99. I know my story of finding hope and healing in the reunion with my lost loved one is sure to assist heaven in facilitating that same hope and healing for your happiness.
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In The News
On a sad note, my heart is heavy over the loss of Veronica Wolski. She was a rather famous freedom-fighter in Chicago who took her messages to "the People's Bridge," which overlooks the Kennedy Expressway. She hung banners and cheered on commuters (and they cheered her, too) as she broadcast many messages not heard in the mainstream media.
Her attorney, Nancy Ross, has spoken out on her behalf, after she died Monday in Amita Resurrection Hospital, where she was refused the COVID treatment she needed. A very kind doctor in the hospital had prescribed her the medication, Ivermectin, which she requested, but hours later the hospital overruled him and refused her the medication she and the doctor had chosen.
It is becoming an all-too familiar tale in hospitals these days. Is there something sinister going on when patients and doctors cannot make health decisions without a bureaucracy of administrators interfering with the right of freedom to make those medical choices? After she died, the media and other social media shills posted unflattering pictures and reports, discrediting her mental capability and basic human right to make decisions. She had tried to check herself out and return home for treatment, with her own medical transport and care lined up, but was refused authorization to leave the hospital, fundamentally being held prisoner, as she continued to physically decline, until her death early Monday morning. I believe there is a case for the wrongful death of Veronica Wolski.
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General John Stark said it.
“Live free or die; death is not the worst of evils." It was said by General Stark in 1809. Living in bondage is a worse evil than death, according to him, and I think many would echo the sentiment.
We are living in precarious times when this is exactly what is beginning to occur - bondage, on many different levels. Isn't it time that we, the American Patriots, step up our game and recommit to defending truth and freedom, just like our fore-fighters did in 1776, and Veronica did in 2021?
She did not die in vain. Veronica has inspired me, and others, into a more dedicated determination to spread truth and defend faith, family, America, and our God-given rights, outlined in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked (slothful) ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14
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Hope Springs Eternal
Alexander Pope captured our eternal optimism when he uttered those words. I pray for God to comfort the families who have lost their loved ones. It is difficult to go on living without them but I am grateful we can hope and look forward to the day we will be reunited with them again, in God's time. All my best wishes for you along your path of joy, commitment, dedication, and success.