We’ve all had our initial reactions to this particular news. After the shock dissipates, our default behavior has been to jump right into prayer.
There may be a great many negative things to say about social media, but I’ve seen multiple instances of someone putting out a call for prayer and in a short while, an army of love warriors is mobilized to bring in whatever outcome is desired…successful surgery, prayers after a car accident, community support after the death of a loved one. We show up for one another. We’re hard-wired to do it.
Golden Age of Gaia is blessed to have a readership of beautiful, open-hearted people, and your loving comments (and wealth of emojis) in support of Steve’s healing journey have been super sweet and heart-warming. He’s aware of and touched by the outpouring of Love vibes coming in for him. The buoying nature of it is healing all on its own.
Your understanding about not contacting him is both vital and appreciated as well. We’ll keep you posted on any updates.
Steve will be writing and posting at times when he can. Try and stop the man from writing. In anticipation of the post-surgery recovery period, he cleverly scheduled articles ahead of time. So basically, if you see something posted by Steve, don’t assume he’s in a position to take calls or answer email.
If you really need to get a message to him, kindly send it through the blog’s “Contact Us.” It’s easier to have one person be in touch for now.
And finally, I’m putting out a call to our community for help in keeping the blog interesting while Steve is making friends with his heart.
If you find something that you feel our readers would be interested in or benefit from (or both), please do send it along. There’s no guarantee it’ll get posted, and if it doesn’t, there’s no taking it personally allowed. The send will always be appreciated.
(1) MSSA/staphylococcus, caught in the earliest stages. (MRSA: Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus.)