On the Road to Recovery

The Spirits once told me that it isn’t success or wealth that determines how great your life is but how loved you are by all those around you.   I have never felt so much love from so many different people. I want all of you to know how grateful I am for all your prayers and support during this very difficult time. Thank you for your donations, that has alleviated some serious worries. Thank you for your prayers and all the healing I received. Thank you for all the messages of support, and thanks to those who updated everyone when I could not.

I am still unable to do many things, my recovery unfortunately is moving very slow. For now we will be taking it slow. I will continue to post predictions that have happened, but we will slowly roll out new predictions. They are already talking about a quake that takes over a hundred lives, but we are lacking the details.  Many of you have been waiting patiently for personal readings, for now our plan is to start working again around the 2nd or the 3rd. I am sorry for the extended delay. These delays also include email readings.

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41 thoughts on “On the Road to Recovery

  1. Slow and steady wins the race. Be gentle with yourself Eric. You and your body have been through alot. Glad to see you back. Continuing to send you many many blessings my friend.

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  2. Good to hear from you again! But yes, make sure you take your recovery slowly…don’t rush it. (Rushing might cause setbacks.)
    Just know that we all understand your need to rest; you have as much right to rest and heal as anyone.

    Someone on here said humor is the best medicine….you could look up reader’s digest jokes online, usually they have really funny ones!

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    • Eric, here are some jokes, for starters:

      While in Kuwait, shortly before we deployed to Iraq, a major general told our meeting that we should 
expect to cross “into Iraq in less than 24 hours.” He then opened the floor to questions.
      A lieutenant stood up and asked, “Is that 24 hours our time or 24 hours their time?”
      –Jesse Kane, Iowa City, Iowa

      I was working in Army security when a VIP from another base called to ask to whom he should address an important letter. Knowing my tough-to-spell last name would give him fits, I said, “Just put down Sergeant Gary, as my last name is too hard.”
      The next day, I received a letter addressed to Sgt. Gary Toohard.
      –G. C., via mail

      Have you ever been a victim 
of a JIB (job interview breakdown)? These men and women have:
      • “I was so nervous at a job interview, when he asked me what I wanted to be in five years, I said, ‘Race car driver.’”
      • “The guy asked me to tell him 
a little about myself, and I literally forgot who I was.”
      • “I got asked about punctuality. 
I went on about how it was good 
to speak clearly and politely, and 
it was nice to use proper grammar 
in speech and writing.”
      –Source: dailymail.co.uk

      A woman called our airline 
customer-service desk asking if she could take her dog on board.
      “Sure,” I said, “as long as you provide your own kennel.” I further explained that the kennel needed to be large enough for the dog to stand up, sit down, turn around, and roll over.
      The customer was flummoxed: 
“I’ll never be able to teach him all of that by tomorrow!”
      –From gcfl.net

      We were making leaflets for a 
local church, and the client wanted 
a logo designed with Earth being shielded by the hand of God. I sent the client a proof. Shortly thereafter, 
I got a call.
      Client: The hand looks too human. Please use a hand that looks more like God’s.
      —Source: clientsfromhell.net

      Our boss asked the new mail-room guy to make three copies of 
an office key. The guy returned ten minutes later with the copies … which he’d made on the Xerox machine.
      –Gordon Knight, Stamford, Connecticut

      My mother cast one of her students as the innkeeper for the Christmas pageant. All the third grader had to do was tell Joseph, “There is no room at the inn.”
      But during the performance—after Joseph begged for a room for his pregnant wife—the boy didn’t have the heart to turn him down.
      “Well,” he said, “if it’s so urgent, come on in.”

      A friend knew that she’d overdone it with the gifts and candy last Easter when her six-year-old woke up to all the booty and shouted, “This is the best Christmas ever!”
      –Chris McDonough, Wilmington, Delaware

      Texting acronyms can stump even the best parents:

      Mom: Your great-aunt just passed away. LOL.
      Son: Why is that funny?
      Mom: It’s not funny, David! What do you mean?
      Son: Mom, LOL means Laughing Out Loud.
      Mom: I thought it meant Lots 
of Love. I have to call everyone back.

      Daughter: I got an A in Chemistry.
      Mom: WTF!
      Daughter: Mom, what do you think WTF means?
      Mom: Well That’s Fantastic.

      Mom: What do IDK, LY & TTYL mean?
      Son: I don’t know, love you, talk to you later.
      Mom: OK, I will ask your sister.

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      • Thank you for the ‘Lots Of Loves’ Sara! I would like to contribute the websites Bored Panda and Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos for many hours of diversion and giggles.

      • Beachhut, I had never heard of ‘terrible real estate photos” website before. I was just on that website and I’m laughing so hard, I can barely breathe. I just can’t even find the words. The captions for each picture just have me in stitches! I really needed that today. Thank you!

      • Jon, I’m glad you enjoyed it. I realise in hindsight it perhaps wasn’t the best recommendation for someone who’s just had abdominal surgery with its uncontrollable belly laughs. Oops! 😀

  3. Welcome back Eric! Thank the Lord! Take your time no need to worry about the world and others you do a lot and will soon be back on your feet. Your health is more important! In life unfortunately there will always be something happening good or bad. I wish you a blessed recovery don’t feel worried its not selfishness but you have to take care of you because if you dont who else will. I’m glad you are back the first email i got had me shocked thinking the worst. But thank the lord it wasn’t tragic god forbid. I hope you get better soon Eric. God is definitely blessing you! 🤗❤🦋🙏🏽

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  4. Hello and welcome back Eric! So glad you’re recovering now. Major surgery takes a long time to recuperate from. There’s a pervasive tiredness that goes on for weeks. Please don’t put pressure on yourself to catch up. People will understand why you’re behind schedule, May your healing continue with no setbacks.

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    • BeachHut and SWC, I’m worried about the “backlash” for Eric as it was mentioned about a month or 2 ago. However Pray that it will not occur after the surgery operation as he needs time to heal. Just be aware as we don’t know when and we as SWC need to be prepared to protect him on all level. He has a gentle spirit and big heart. Thanks for looking after him.

      Blessings. ♡

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  5. Hello Eric., so happy to hear you’re back home with your loved ones and on the mend. Take care.

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  6. Eric, so glad you are better. Take it easy and take care of yourself. Spirit will guide us on anything we really need to know in the interim. Love and blessings sent to you….

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  7. Time and plenty of rest is the healer now Eric. You’re a good man and you have a whole pile of Healing Spirits around you. What else could you ask for. Pete

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  8. Hi Erik, glad to see a message from you! I said a distance healing prayer for you the other night while holding my hand on your photo. I sensed that my prayer worked because I could feel a stream of energy flowing from my right hand into the go fund me pic of you. I hope you continue to heal quickly! If you have any crystals, place them on you while you meditate. Love and light to you, Erik.

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  9. So very pleased to hear that you’re on the mend Éric. I did pray for you last week —I’m sure one of very many. What you’re trying to do here is so very brave, ambitious and wonderful and I wish you all the success in the world with it — once you’re properly rested and healed of course – wishing you a good and swift continued recovery.

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  10. Awe…thanks for sharing from your heartfelt spoken words! We all love and deeply care for you. Please take great care of yourself first…that’s the priority! ♡

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  11. Hi Eric looking forward to having you back with all your fascinating incites and predictions. But please take all the time you need to rest. Love and best wishes, Hugo 🙂

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  12. Eric,

    Glad to hear from you.

    I was just reading that several witnesses associated with Las Vegas shooting are now missing or dead.
    Makes me wonder and I’m sorry if I seem stuck on this event…

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  13. Eric, so darn glad you are healing and getting better, albeit slowly. All I kept thinking was you have to get well first because you help so many, second because I don’t want to be alone in the dreams that I see and third because you once said a frightening leader much scarier than Hitler will arise around the time you leave earth. So you have to live as long as me. UCSD has amazing world famous docs for anything to do with gastro intestinal stuff. My fiancé has severe Crohn’s and they put it in remission within 3 months using both eastern and western medicine. Keep healing!

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  14. did eric go back into the hospital? please, continue, everyone, for prayers for healing for eric! take care of yourself eric, ………………

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  15. Please pray for the victims in Manhattan who were just mowed down by a truck — a deliberate act. Six people are dead and several are injured.

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  16. Hi Eric, I hope you are doing well on your road to recovery, in good cheer and surrounded by loving friends and family. Please know that we all are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers still. 🙏🏻🌟🤗

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