Thursday, September 29, 2011


Thursday, September 29, 2011

I don’t believe in prayers but there are times when I wish that I still do. 

A friend is suffering but I cannot find the words to express my sympathy or alleviate her pain. How can I say that I will pray for her—whisper those words that capture the most earnest supplication for her good health--if I don’t believe in prayers? Saying that I wish her the best, though heartfelt, seems hollow compared to the panacea of prayers. Everything I say feels ineffectual because I’ve lost belief in the divine. All I can offer are my wholehearted hopes, thoughts and wishes for her mind to stay strong and her health restored.


Anonymous said...

"let me know if there is anything i can do." is what i usually say. and if asked to include her/him in my prayers. i say "i will" because i pray to joe pesci like george carlin. joe pesci gets things done.

Loree said...

hope your friend will feel better soon

Arti said...

I believe in prayers, it has great powers. I pray for your friend to get well soon, convey my regards to your friend.
Have a nice day Angeli:)

Kayni said...

Send her good thoughts. Good thoughts has enough powers to make this friend feel better and that assure her she's not alone.

Amelia said...

prayers can move mountains Angeli...hope your friend will fine!!

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