Thursday, May 26, 2011




For those who believe in Segulot (A mystical Jewish formula for good mazel).... and who among us can't use that!? "GOD our Father/Mother, walk through my house & take away all
worries & illness & please watch over & heal my family ... Amen."
I am also adding in those who are loyal friends. Ruby *o*

Comments: = Oh Boy does this world need prayers, Dr. Yanez. I am an old man. Have lived through many wars and losses of loved ones. But I cannot recall ever feeling that the world is sinking into utter chaos more than right now. At least during WW 2, America had real allies. What choices did they have if they wished to survive the Nazi monsters and their tentative allies. And it really does feel like global climate is changing. During our long history, climate always changes. Just keep on praying. I like that. And let us remember to find things to laugh about! A Sage in The Bronx

Tuesday, May 17, 2011



After a long battle with Cancer, my friend passed last night. Many of you know that her daughter also recently died from Cancer.
Thank you all for your prayers. Sandie is finally able to rest. God bless you Sandie and Leslie. I love you. Your energy, pizzazz, zest for living and joy for making a wonderful party, will remain in my heart's memories of you and your husband Bernie.

When Sandie was initially diagnosed, she told me a heartwarming story about our sensitive therapy cat, Sir Magick. He had just been put to sleep from untreatable Lymphoma. Sandie said he materialized to her while she was in a great deal of pain. As in physical life, Angel Magick comforted her and gave Sandie solace. She had only met him once many years ago for five minutes. This was such a clear act of compassion. Thank you Wonderful Magick. You always know how to treat a girl. ;-) May you all "Rest Happily In Peace" and be nurtured by Almighty's Heavenly Love. amen

With All My Heart.... RubyNorma *o*

Sunday, May 08, 2011


4 U All Who Have Nurtured

4 U all who have nurtured people and animals, who have shown me love and compassion over the many years.....................
I love you, and wish you the best mommy day. Mothers aren't always those who give birth. They are those who have the strength,
awareness, and the spiritual depth to love and save others in the good times and in the not so good times. Thank you for being there for me. Thank you for the help you have shown to others. IMHO...... you are nurturers and in a way, my surrogate mother. I love you MOMMY Irene. RIP......
Love RubyNorma *o*

Comments: = One of the most beautiful blogs I ever seen. Thank you Ruby. These are such tumultuous times. Anything sweet and noble is a blessing to read. Joe K. NYC

Your blog really moved me. I love those colored photos. Wayne J. Montana

I wish you were our president. We need more love and less in the way of the ugly conflicts. Jennie V. Colorado

Dr. Yanez,

You hit the nail on the head with this blog. Truly, it's one of your best. I and my family thank you for being such a caring person. Val in New England

Thursday, May 05, 2011


GENERATIONS ~ I Am A Mother *o*

For me, the highest essence of familial ties is to visit it with the understanding of generations. In today's world, families are not keeping with the traditions of caring for the older set. My training was very different from that of our current youth. Old age homes were not in my scope of understanding since I was my grandmother's, father's and mother's caretaker when they took ill, as well as my husband's caretaker when he was dying from Cancer. It was beyond challenging, very harsh, and took away my own personal health to be this loyal being. Looking back now at the entire scope of the experience, I see that if I had to do this all over again, I would. Not because I am a great woman, but because it was and is, who I am.

One day, we all will age. If we don't then it means we died young. Will the new MEEEEEEE generations have anyone to personally care for them when they are no longer able to walk fast enough to keep up with the young ones, and have aged into not being of use to the younger people? Will anyone ever realize how much has been sacrificed in the name of not being bothered? OR......... I am too busy. OR........ I have to work. Or........ I just don't care? Who will remember loyalty to family when my generation is gone? Who will even bother to think that an older, infirm person is dying from loneliness? Somehow, after all is said and done, I am smiling to know, I really did care. RubyNorma *o*

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