I just learned of a lovely woman, Elana Miller, MD, who describes herself as is on her blog:
I’m a psychiatrist who’s passionate about integrating western medicine with eastern philosophy to help people live fuller and happier lives.
She works at UCLA, and last week had a strange cough, which has turned into a diagnosis for a rare, difficult to treat, type of cancer called Acute Lymphoblastic T-Cell Lymphoma.
I invite you to read her post about her news. What struck me more than anything is her attitude and view about this life-changing experience. She sees love in this all the way through.
Although I do not know Elana and just discovered her blog because of one of the special blogs I follow from Downward Facing Doc, she caught my attention with her grace, love and complete openness. Her words connect us all just a little bit more, and shows us how to see love in even the hardest of times, which I think is more needed in this world.
Although I’ve been told many times that I have a positive attitude to the challenges I have faced, reading Elena’s post has taught me more about how to see love throughout a tough situation. Thank you Elana.
- Please send Elena positive, healing wishes. For those who meditate or pray, please include her in your meditation and prayers.
Thank you kindly,