“They were behind me when I passed them…”

before I lost the 50 lbs.
before I lost the 50 lbs.

I walk on the Moore Park Ravine which tucks into the Rosedale area of Toronto, just above the new Brickworks development, by the eco-pond there, with its giant snapping turtle & the Blue Heron I saw the other day…

From my home, to the ravine trail, up to Moore road, then I turn around & return on the same trail, it is about 12 kilometres…

I began last Easter 2014 when I found a lump in my breast, & didn’t want to have any surgery…

When I began I was 50 lbs heavier than I am now, & the walk was shorter(I didn’t double back), & it took me forever, & I’d be exhausted afterwards…

Yesterday as I came back on the return portion of my journey, a little girl sailed past me on her bicycle, energetically pushing at the pedals to go even faster…

A ways to go, & maybe 10 minutes later, I saw her, turned the other way, & crying…

I turned down the volume all the way down on my music(I listen to Rock My Run music playlists), & asked:

“What’s wrong? Why are you crying?”

The little girl answered:” I don’t know where my group is, I cannot find them!”

I said:”Well, where was the last time you saw your group?”

She said:”They were behind me when I passed them…”

So I said:”Well, if they were behind you when you passed them, just wait a little, & they will catch up…”

She stopped crying & felt better at this logic…

Sure enough, just as we both watched & waited momentarily, 2 more little girls approached on bicycles with an older person who was obviously in charge…

There were a few moments where we explained what had happened (I explained to the group leader that the little girl had sped ahead of the group), & then the little girl got on her bike & started to ride…

The group leader turned to me & said:”Thank you so much…” He didn’t know what else to say, how appreciative he was that I had calmed her down & helped her to reunite with the group & so on…

I put my music back on, & continued my daily walk back home, feeling enlightened by being useful…

I also thought that this was a bit of a metaphor for my life right now…

Las year, when I declined surgery, I knew I was going to have to come up with some greatness in my research if I was going to live…

I wrote 5 books after that, documenting my ideas & practices, so I’d have a record & be able to look back on my notes later…

Also for other people…

I think possibly I sped so far ahead of the group that I lost my bearings a bit…

I’ve been feeling lonely…

I think maybe God was telling me, with the real life example of the little girl who sped ahead, that I should just wait a little bit until the rest of the group catches up…

Then I won’t feel so lonely…

You can download small versions of all 8 books for free here on NoiseTrade(who just recently offered me a space on their new site, which made me feel a bit like the group is starting to catch up to me, & me a little less lonely for the invitation)…

Artist 

Hi…Sari sounds like Mary…I’m a Canadian artist who invented a map for humans called the Grove Body Part Chart…Grove Health Science is the name of the 12 book series…Most can be found free digitally on this blog or at not for profit prices on Amazon or Smashwords…In 2014, I developed DIY Imaging, a way to see cancer, biochemistry, inflammation, with any camera & free online photo editors…Since then I have been teaching the method & doing diagnostic imaging…DIY Cancer Repair Manual is a Facebook group I manage with *2,601 people(*as of Nov.7, 2017) who are pioneering new ways to solve cancer…DIYImaging.com is being built (2017) to make the diagnostic process even easier…This is revolutionizing diagnostic medicine…I am owned by two intact female bengals cats , B’elanna & Jadzia…My husband of almost 21 years Joseph Grove, does all the laundry, dishes, litter box cleaning & more, to ensure that I am free to plough out the corn , so to speak…

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