Mar 11, 2013 6:18AM
Being a public figure is hard enough, but to have such trauma in a public world is even more difficult. I have experienced such trauma on a signicant smaller venue with having run a business in a small community for 20 years, and then being lost off the charts when diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. Until I started watching the program of "housewives" I was oblivious to such trauma. Girl, let me tell you, I have a lot of kudos to you and you inspire me in such ways that no one really could express. Unless you are in the situation, you cannot judge. I challenge anyone to be in such situation and see how they would inspire themselves or others to drive the public or their families to do better in the the present and the future. I may not have the financial influence of your other friends, however, I do believe that God has the ultimate plan, we have to adjust and abide to such His plan and learn from it. I could not have any children, but really place the future within our children and do so by helping the neighborhood with this development. You have been such an inspiration and I am in total gratification to you.
If there is a negative word to be said about your situation or mine, I shall challenge each occurrence to the end, people are foolish, judge without conviction and I am in total support of the support of God's revelation.
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