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SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#21 Oct 21, 2012
DayStorm wrote:
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Well Sheryl, at least I don't make thread after thread calling as much attention to myself as I possibly can.
I have taken my own advice and you hate me for it. Because I tell you the truth, I have become your enemy.
Have you never read Scripture?
...should not a people seek their God?"
You look for all your answers through humans. Humans can not save you, only God can.
...yha..I's gives' you a ..ZEN....WAVE and SALUTE...eh..yada u

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

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#22 Oct 21, 2012
SHYKORA ARTs paul wrote:
<quoted text>...yha..I's gives' you a ..ZEN....WAVE and SALUTE...eh..yada u
This is for DayStorm - If there's anyplace I know where NOT to seek God, it's on this forum. Attention? Look at Paul - he's all over the place.

I never claimed to hate you - I don't. Part of following Jesus is forgiveness, but you don't give me that, do you? I'm not trying to harm you in any way. And - you don't know me. Nor do I really know you. Words on a screen can be far different from the being in person.
Pax et Bonum

Atwater, OH

#23 Oct 22, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
Baby grandson arrived by C-section Oct. 11 - BIG and perfect boy - 8 lbs., 15 oz.! Talk about love at first sight!
Pax, I hope you're doing well - I've missed you. Husband in hosp. again (COPD) but slowly improving. May be home in 1 or 2 days. I'm lonely without him. God bless you and Catholic Girl :)
I am sorry it has taken me this long to catch up with you. What a joy that this precious grandson has arrived. May you get to spend many happy hours with him. I hope your husband is home at this time. It is hard to have someone in the hospital. Visiting hours are stressful at best. May God bless you and your family. Do try not to pay much attention to those who don't have anything positive to add to your life on these threads.
Pax et Bonum

Atwater, OH

#24 Oct 22, 2012
DayStorm wrote:
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Well Sheryl, at least I don't make thread after thread calling as much attention to myself as I possibly can.
I have taken my own advice and you hate me for it. Because I tell you the truth, I have become your enemy.
Have you never read Scripture?
...should not a people seek their God?"
You look for all your answers through humans. Humans can not save you, only God can.
Yet God works through human hands on this Earth. One can stumble in the dark alone waiting for God to strike them with His love and He does do this. Still God also uses fellow humans to share His love so that we can experience Him. Jesus as far as I know never handed anyone scripture and told them to find His Father. He personally spoke, healed and taught people. He sent his apostles and disciples into the world to do the same. Human can not save and yet that can help lead someone to God's salvation by sharing what they know about God.
SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#25 Oct 22, 2012
..and ..I'amm Doing ART-WORK's..$$$...giving...spe ech-therapy mission....entreprenuer.....GO T Lot's of...INFLUENCE,HERE....eh...ya da u ...shalom''..successfull...eh

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

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#26 Oct 23, 2012
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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I am sorry it has taken me this long to catch up with you. What a joy that this precious grandson has arrived. May you get to spend many happy hours with him. I hope your husband is home at this time. It is hard to have someone in the hospital. Visiting hours are stressful at best. May God bless you and your family. Do try not to pay much attention to those who don't have anything positive to add to your life on these threads.
Pax, thanks! Husband home; I couldn't visit the poor guy because I totaled our car on Sept. 19 :( Nobody hurt, thank God. But he and I talked on the phone every day several times. He's very weak; has nurses and home health aides coming in a lot, HUGE help. But Pax, I see him failing more and more each day :( And I don't pay serious attention to the negative haters here. It's folks such as you and catholicgirl, robert and others who make it worthwhile. You and they are so supportive; that's what I consider being truly religious. God bless you all! Talk to you soon and I pray for your intentions :)

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#27 Oct 23, 2012
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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Yet God works through human hands on this Earth. One can stumble in the dark alone waiting for God to strike them with His love and He does do this. Still God also uses fellow humans to share His love so that we can experience Him. Jesus as far as I know never handed anyone scripture and told them to find His Father. He personally spoke, healed and taught people. He sent his apostles and disciples into the world to do the same. Human can not save and yet that can help lead someone to God's salvation by sharing what they know about God.
Sorry, Pax - the "irreligious" will give you hate icons because you don't join them in their hatred of me.
Pax et Bonum

Atwater, OH

#28 Oct 23, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
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Sorry, Pax - the "irreligious" will give you hate icons because you don't join them in their hatred of me.
I just consider the source, smile, and move on when I see those kind of icons.
Pax et Bonum

Atwater, OH

#29 Oct 23, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
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Pax, thanks! Husband home; I couldn't visit the poor guy because I totaled our car on Sept. 19 :( Nobody hurt, thank God. But he and I talked on the phone every day several times. He's very weak; has nurses and home health aides coming in a lot, HUGE help. But Pax, I see him failing more and more each day :( And I don't pay serious attention to the negative haters here. It's folks such as you and catholicgirl, robert and others who make it worthwhile. You and they are so supportive; that's what I consider being truly religious. God bless you all! Talk to you soon and I pray for your intentions :)
Sorry about the car and your husband. This is a lot of stress on you. Do what you can to take care of him and yourself. I will pray for you both. How is the baby?

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#30 Oct 24, 2012
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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Sorry about the car and your husband. This is a lot of stress on you. Do what you can to take care of him and yourself. I will pray for you both. How is the baby?
Thanks, Pax. Yes, there has been a tremendous amount of stress. We're really homebound now.

Baby is doing GREAT. Big guy! I can't thank you enough for your prayers; you're in my prayers also. You never gave up on me, even when I'd given up on myself. I'm not the monster a lot of people here think I am. Yeah, I've been mouthy in the past but I regret it. I do NOT like hurting people. I think myself and many others are a lot braver behind the keyboard than we are in person. I want so much to become more like you, Robert and Catholic Girl; you are role models for me. Some others here, too. I think so highly of you! Talk to you soon, my love, gratitude and prayers are with you always.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#31 Oct 24, 2012
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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I just consider the source, smile, and move on when I see those kind of icons.
LOL - good attitude, that's pretty much what I do :)
Pax et Bonum

Atwater, OH

#32 Oct 25, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
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Thanks, Pax. Yes, there has been a tremendous amount of stress. We're really homebound now.
Baby is doing GREAT. Big guy! I can't thank you enough for your prayers; you're in my prayers also. You never gave up on me, even when I'd given up on myself. I'm not the monster a lot of people here think I am. Yeah, I've been mouthy in the past but I regret it. I do NOT like hurting people. I think myself and many others are a lot braver behind the keyboard than we are in person. I want so much to become more like you, Robert and Catholic Girl; you are role models for me. Some others here, too. I think so highly of you! Talk to you soon, my love, gratitude and prayers are with you always.
It is hard to take on the "season" of being homebound, ill or aging. It is the season of life we have a hard time accepting. It is in many ways the winter of life. Yet even in this "winter" there are memories, good happenings like babies, and the reality of being with those we love. Do what you can to take this in stride. I sense in your words a change for the better. There was at times such a sense of hopelessness in what you would write. Anger also from not being able to control what was happening in your life. This began to change when you shared that you and your husband were praying together. You touch me deeply with your kind words. May God's blessing be upon you and yours. Peace.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#33 Oct 29, 2012
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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It is hard to take on the "season" of being homebound, ill or aging. It is the season of life we have a hard time accepting. It is in many ways the winter of life. Yet even in this "winter" there are memories, good happenings like babies, and the reality of being with those we love. Do what you can to take this in stride. I sense in your words a change for the better. There was at times such a sense of hopelessness in what you would write. Anger also from not being able to control what was happening in your life. This began to change when you shared that you and your husband were praying together. You touch me deeply with your kind words. May God's blessing be upon you and yours. Peace.
Your encouragement to me is more valuable than you'll ever know - thank you!
SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#34 Oct 29, 2012
DayStorm wrote:
Who you need to try and reach is the Lord Jesus Christ!
....maybe so..maybe...eh..
SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#35 Oct 29, 2012
SHYKORA ARTs paul wrote:
<quoted text>...yha..I's gives' you a ..ZEN....WAVE and SALUTE...eh..yada u
..yes....

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#36 Oct 29, 2012
SHYKORA ARTs paul wrote:
<quoted text>....maybe so..maybe...eh..
That's okay with me - you gonna tell me how?
Catholic Girl

United States

#37 Oct 31, 2012
Hey Everyone, with God's help, we've made it through Hurricane Sandy. Whoosh!! I took advise from local tv station and stayed home through out storm. This was wonderful as I really did need a break from work life. Sat. I baked the best ever chocolate chip cookies, made a pot of bean soup, prepared a chicken dish with noodles. Just in case the power went out and it did. Hubby & I wandered around house and grounds and ate up all the good stuff. yummy...Only trouble was leak in basement due to the crack in foundation which is from the earthquake in Aug. 2011. Must work on getting this repaired soon.

Tomorrow it will be 65 months until I can retire...Hurray! can you tell I'm looking forward to the next chapter in life.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#38 Oct 31, 2012
Pax et Bonum wrote:
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It is hard to take on the "season" of being homebound, ill or aging. It is the season of life we have a hard time accepting. It is in many ways the winter of life. Yet even in this "winter" there are memories, good happenings like babies, and the reality of being with those we love. Do what you can to take this in stride. I sense in your words a change for the better. There was at times such a sense of hopelessness in what you would write. Anger also from not being able to control what was happening in your life. This began to change when you shared that you and your husband were praying together. You touch me deeply with your kind words. May God's blessing be upon you and yours. Peace.
Wanted to add something more - you are so understanding. I'm not at all vain about getting old, but my husband and I are both ANGRY at our bodies breaking down - that's hard to take. I can't do one thing without severe pain, and he is very breathless (COPD) and weak heart. I feel so bad for him! You and many here would like him; he is such an unselfish, loving person. YOU are incredibly kind, like Catholic Girl and Robert and some others here. I really don't want to hurt anyone. I realize I'm facing the end of the road, though it may be a while and I don't want to leave this life with anger in my heart. I've been saying the Act of Contrition every night but I think many here hate me so much they will never pray for me. Maybe I don't deserve it. My husband and I still pray together each night before we go to bed, thanking God for the loving and wonderful years we've had together. You and others like you keep me hopeful. You do far more for me than I could ever do for you. God bless you forever! To my enemies: I don't expect mercy from you, but I apologize for all the mean things I've posted at times. All I have left is prayer, and that's a LOT. Good luck to all of you.

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