Fighting Parkinson’s, and you are loved

Sally and I were in a card shop recently and I came upon a card that summed up much of what I have been expressing to all of you over the years. I bought the card and brought it home, and I took a picture of the card to share the important message. Here it is.

Now, tell it to yourself: No matter what the ugly voices inside might be saying, let me be the one to tell myself the truth:

I AM LOVED.

I AM WORTHY.

I AM NOT A BURDEN.

I AM SPECIAL SIMPLY BECAUSE I EXIST, A BEAUTIFUL, PRECIOUS SOUL WHO RADIATES! (Okay, that one is from me to you).

You are worth it!!!

All my best,

Howard

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27 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and you are loved

  1. Sharon says:

    Howard, thank you! This is so beautiful.
    I had been thinking this week what a burden I am.
    I will stop thinking that!!!

    With much gratitude,
    Sharon in North Carolina

  2. Karen in Ireland says:

    Awwwww Howard that is stunning. Short but powerful .
    Sometimes less is more. :-).
    Big love to you and all warriors.
    Karen xx

  3. Chris Meyer says:

    Howard –

    Well what can I say?
    I guess it’s time to absorb these sentiments and start having some fun!

    Best regards to all you loved, worthy and unburdensome friends on the blog,

    Chris in Wisconsin

    PS – Howard, you’re right, you’ve been saying exactly this for years: Possible copyright infringement? Plagiarism at the very least.
    LOL, but seriously, it’s really great to see others putting out such wonderful wisdom too!

  4. Elaine Jongsma says:

    …and the awesome thing that I’m starting to discover is the more that I’m loving myself the more I’m able to respond to others with love, compassion and gratitude and the the more the circle of love surrounding me just grows and radiates.

    It is healing and it is a beautiful thing.

    Thank you PD and, most importantly, thank you Howard for opening the door and giving the tools to such a freeing and joyful alternative.

    You are loved!

    Elaine in Canada

  5. Gayla says:

    Thank you for posting! I wrote it on a post it for my husband to read every day.

    Gayla in Texas

  6. Christiane from Germany says:

    Beautiful!

  7. Melanie S says:

    Thank you, ♥️

  8. Jan - UK says:

    Good Karma to all PD travellers – let the love shine through – thanks for being such a rock Howard xx

  9. Candice says:

    Thanks Howard! 💕 to you and Sally.

  10. Larry Simpson says:

    These few words are SO important!! Keeping them in my mind by repeating them often is my plan.
    Thank you Howard for the inspiration again!!
    Larry

  11. Tery and Werni says:

    THANK YOU, HOWARD,
    UNIQUE🙏🦋!!

  12. jimmy says:

    HI EVERYONE MANY KISSES FOR YOU ….WONDERFUL HOWARD

  13. Anne says:

    Hi Howard and friends,
    This is great. I just had a conversation with my baby self about her confusion about being a burden that I still carry. We cried together realizing that I was never a burden, not then and not now. My parents adored me and were excited to have me. My friends and family appreciate me and want to support and love me. Why wouldn’t they?

    Love to all of you, I rely on your sweet words as my recovery proceeds,
    Anne
    Portland, OR

  14. Margaret says:

    Howard,
    Just beautiful thank you for the mega dose of vitamin L! I feel it’s radiance.
    xo
    Margaret

  15. Mari says:

    Wow! What more needs to be said? Thank you, Howard!

  16. Mayank Patel, Greenville,SC says:

    Dear Howard,
    Lots of LOVE. Overwhelmed with LOVE. That whatever you do, wherever you go,
    our community is in your heart ALL THE TIME.
    Mayank Patel

  17. Karen Wise says:

    Thanks to all of you for sharing and expressing yourself. Community is so important. Love to all of you! We are all lucky to be a part of this great family!

    Karen from Wisconsin

  18. Richard G Crager says:

    I served in the army in 1960, during this time there was a billboard which pictured a soldier at his post; the caption read “Does any one know I’m here.”

    • Howard says:

      Hi Richard,

      We know you are here, and we care about you. As the blog post says…you are loved. Thank you for your service, and welcome to the blog. You are now part of a world-wide community of warriors working toward recovery. We are happy you are here.

      Blessings,
      Howard

    • Karen in Ireland says:

      Hi Richard, welcome to the family. We’ve been waiting for you. :-).
      Big love. Karen xx

    • Cynthia (from England) says:

      Hello Richard, as Howard says we know you’re here, and finding Howard is the best thing you could do!
      I don’t quite know where I’d have been if I hadn’t found his website a few years back. Good to hear from you x

  19. Gina says:

    A little testimony to all of you, for what it’s worth. In October 2017 I was diagnosed with a form of Parkinson’s called multi symptom atrophy. I immediately came home and googled holistic solutions for Parkinson’s and that is when I found Howard. I did the recipe for about a year and a half and several months ago I decided to stop and try a different route. Needless to say I have came full circle and decided that the Parkinson’s recipe for a cure is the only route for me and the one that is going to deliver me from my symptoms! If I can encourage others in any way I would say don’t stop doing the recipe! I have read an abundance of information over the past several months and I truly believe that Howard’s recipe is 100% rock solid! Hang in there, we have the power to heal ourselves!

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