Flowers For a Friend …

Quotes and Notes #323, September 23

A true friend is worth believing in

A true friend is worth believing in

“The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you some time. You just got to find the friends worth suffering for.”—Bob Marley—

Why did you do all this for me?’ he asked, ‘I don’t deserve it, I’ve never done anything for you.’ ‘You have been my friend,’ replied Charlotte. ‘That in itself is a tremendous thing.”—E.B. White, “Charlotte’s Web”—

If someone is a friend, it is because they have something to offer that somehow pleases you. Friends exist in your life on many levels. Loyalty to your friends is important to you as well as to them.

If a friend offends or hurts you, or if they hurt themselves—if they run off into a ditch, so to speak—you have your choice to either help them or cut them loose. If the friend is a true friend, you do not have a choice in the matter, there is only one direction you can take.

Share a smile with as many friends as you can today.
Everything is going to be all right
John P. Schulz—“Sweetie Drives on Chemo Days.”


Quotes and Notes #129, March 12

“I laughed and cried and then reread it. I wish everyone who has been diagnosed with cancer had the chance to read this book. Loved it. Thank you John for being such an inspiration to me.”–Wanda Tillman

At a dinner one night, Lee Walburn said, “John, you may or may not sell a lot of books, but the real thing to consider is that there is a chance that somewhere you will help someone.” This statement has—and always will—stayed with me. I have observed Wanda from afar (as a face book friend) as she has progressed from fearfully and tearfully facing cancer treatments to calmly, confidently, and boldly working her way through the process of cancer treatments.

As your questions get answered, your fears subside.

It occurs to me that there are many, many ways to share a smile.

Everything is going to be all right

John P. Schulz

Sweetie Drives on Chemo Days”

"Facing Cancer Treatments With Humor and Optimism

“Facing Cancer Treatments With Humor and Optimism

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