by Margaret Mironowicz
For a long time, I was a thorough mess emotionally and mentally from caring day and night for two years for my terminally ill, blind mom, who was a beautiful soul who suffered unbelieveably in life, for she had been a medical officer with the Polish Corp under British command in WWII. The war took her brother and mother. "The war made me," she told a priest who came to talk to her near the end. She left everything of her life in me, and so I have begun to put everything in order, from the chaos the war left for many decades after. I began to study Charles F. Haanel's correspondence course, The Master Key System, and while I have not finished the study, I can say that learning how to think correctly has helped me learn to live through this grief. My experience. Margaret Mironowicz/Combermere, Ont. Canada
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