Wednesday, 25 January 2017

J.S. Bach: Adagios- Sheep may safely graze

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  1. This poem: “Living with Diabetes the silent but implacable killer”, is an inspirational tribute to as well as a rewarding and appreciative thank you for the earthly lives coupled with the inimitable and immensely valuable constructive contributions of some members of my family and those close friends of mine who unfortunately either suffer from diabetes or else have sadly in some cases succumbed to its terminal effects. It’s also in recognition of the experiences undergone by all those currently suffering from diabetes or who similarly like me have lost or are in the process of losing dear ones because of it.

    But significantly too it’s my profound and grateful appreciation to all those who’re conscionably, conscientiously and earnestly working most assiduously for the permanent eradication of this growing disease. And in that regard I’d like to express my deepest and sincerest thanks and additionally reinforce those sentiments of mine by naming a special few among many others for specific mention.

    There are: LINDA J. HURRELL, Diabetic Nursing Sister at the Southgate medical Group; JANICE CHRISTIE, podiatrist with the Podiatry Centre, Crawley Hospital in West Sussex, England; and DIABETES UK. And additionally I’d like to impress upon you the general public the pressing and worthy need to fulsomely support Diabetes UK in any and every way that you possibly can, including the DIABETES LOTTERY. And Thank You in anticipation of you doing so.