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  • http://www.ThatJonesGirl.com Felisha Jones (thatjonesgirl)

    Hello Beloved:

    I really needed this song and message today. Your transparency truly blessed me on this evening. Just know that I’m only a phone call away and I would come stay with you if I could :-) You are such an amazing spirit and GOD is definitely going to make sense out of all of this soon enough. Stand on what you have always known to be the truth and just know that THE SUN HAS ARRIVED!! Praying for you all!! Hug Sanjay for me. God is a healer!!!

    Love ya,
    Felisha

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  • http://dannybrown.me Danny Brown

    Hey there miss sunshine :)

    You are one of the most selfless and amazing people I’ve ever had the good fortune to meet, and I know that whatever trials you’re going through at the minute will only make you an even stronger person than you are.

    It’s an oft-used saying, but I truly do believe that everything happens for a reason, and something inspiring is being planned from your sadness today.

    Know that you’re not alone; we’re only one message away.

    Take care, keep smiling through – it will be a brighter day tomorrow. My best to Sanj and his family at the moment too – stay strong.

    ((hugs))

    Danny.

    • http://www.epicchange.org Administrator

      Danny,

      Happy Birthday friend ;) I’m beyond honored that you’ve chosen to share it with me. Truly.

      The past few weeks have been, well, challenging to say the least. But I know this too shall pass and, in the midst of the storm rays of sunshine like you will peek through the clouds to let me know hope, love and friendship are alive and well and waiting for me if I’ll look up from the drama long enough.

      I also normally don’t share the unseemly underbelly of my life, because there’s plenty of sadness to go around, but I felt somehow that to share only the good parts was a glaring half truth, and someone, somewhere, might need to know that they’re not alone if they’re going through much the same thing.

      Truly, and fortunately, I’m just surrounded by people who are having a really rough time right now. It’s Raj, not me, who needs and deserves our prayers and kindness.

      Thanks, Danny, for reminding me I’m not alone. Sometimes that’s the very most healing thing a soul can remember.

      Maybe it’s much to girly, but a song I’ve been singing to myself, perhaps if you ever find yourself in dire straits, it might lift you too: http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/s/This+Too+Shall+Pass/1Ty7cT

      Much love to you and yours,
      Stacey

  • http://www.jungleoflife.com/ Lance

    Stacey,
    Your words, your truth…as difficult as they are to read…are also so connecting to what truly matters in this world…our connection to relationships, to people, to love.

    Peace, love, and hugs…

  • http://translucid.ca/ Bob LeDrew

    Hello Stacey:

    You don’t know me. I don’t know you, except from this post and Danny Brown’s endorsement. Which would be enough for me to say to you:

    * Things sound the shit with you right now. I’ve been in that particular storm. Hate to see or hear of someone else there now.

    * But things change. They always do. And while everything may not improve, some things will. And new good things will happen. Then some more bad stuff. Then some stuff in between.

    * I’m not much for fate, divine intervention, deus ex machina. You sound tired. Rest. Play. Find the people who care about you and tell them you need a boost, to be carried. Let them.

    * I promise you, things won’t always be as bleak as they seem to you. Keep the faith. Stay courageous.

  • http://www.mtdan.ca Dwight

    Hi Stacy, I came to you blog through Danny Browns blog.
    there are so many words of encouragement i could say but I’m sure you’ve heard them all before, Im not belittling those words.
    I do want to say hold on , hold on tight. as they say “I know of which you speak”
    Im in about the same mess as you , and Im starting to clean it up a bit at a time.
    Just keep fighting
    Thanks for Epic Change, fantastic idea ! You can count on my support.

  • http://www.drewgriffin.co Drew Griffin

    Stacey,

    I can’t begin to comprehend the emotions you have this day. I relate in terms of my experiences of loss and coping with loved ones afflicted by these tragedies. We do not know eachother, but I can tell your soul is kind and full of love but challenged with the sadness that consumes you these days. I offer my thoughts and prayers to you, Sanj and his family and believe you will be stronger soon. You have friends who care about you, even though we are not physically with you today. Smile if you can, better days will soon be here. I’ll pass the word about Epic Thanks.

  • http://www.twitter.com/rockstarjen Jennifer Wilbur

    Hi Stacey – I’m so sorry to hear of all the difficulties and sadness hitting you all at once. I can’t even imagine.

    Here’s to better news with each day and knowing that there’s a world of folks out there listening and supporting.

    -Jen

  • Judith Cane

    Happy Birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Stacy………happy birthday to you! Have a wonderful day! Thanks for everything you do with this special project.

  • Melanie Audette

    I am so glad you are at the point where you can write again. You are so obviously loved–remember that. And what you put forth into the world so positively will reflect back on you and all those around you. Best wishes through this healing period. @melaudette

  • http://www.roamatlanta.com Susan Rae

    Hello, Stacey,
    I just read Danny Brown’s post and then yours. It breaks my heart to hear of the sadness that is currently breaking yours. Even though we don’t know each other, I hope that some words of encouragement can brighten your day a bit. Sometimes we just need to allow others to help us – with words, prayers, thoughts, or sharing the pain. Take care, and thoughts of healing for you, your family, and dear friends that are suffering.

    Susan

  • http://www.jenfongspeaks.com Jennifer Fong

    Hugs to you Stacey. Sorry to hear that it’s been so tough. Know that you’re not alone. There are lots of us out here to cheer you on. You’ve done some remarkable things to change a lot of lives. That brings karma that comes back to you when you need it most. Sending you love, prayers, and lots of light. You rock.

  • http://www.waxingunlyrical.com Shonali Burke

    I know how tough it is to keep up a brave front through dark times, Stacey.

    If I told you to stop worrying – and I could – I doubt that would bring you much comfort, because no matter how we try, we can’t really “stop worrying” whenever we like.

    I have been thinking about Raj since I first heard about his condition (through you), and am focusing what I hope are more positive thoughts for him, Sanjay and the family. And on you and yours too.

    I think Bob put it best when he wrote, “Find the people who care about you and tell them you need a boost, to be carried. Let them.”

    I hope you are able to rest when you can, and find peace where and when you can, even if it’s fleeting… and that those moments add up until you feel whole and non-paralytic again.

  • http://www.gacconsultants.com Mark Harai

    Greetings to you Stacey,

    Not everyone has the strength to carry their own burdens, let alone the burdens of others. Seems to me you’re a burden carrier – it requires that your mind, body and soul be stretched so it can carry even more burdens for a hurting world. Not everyone can be a warrior, but you are. This season of pain shall pass and the strength, wisdom and knowlegde gained through it will enable you to bring much peace, hope, and comfort to many hurting souls in need. What a worthwhile awesome life. May God Bless You.

    Thanks for sharing a spirit in need Danny Brown :)

  • Juan Colome

    Know that you are very much loved.

    this too shall pass.

    a friend,

    Juan – Miami, Fl

  • Nilah

    Dear Stacey

    here in far away Belgium I’m collecting every ray of sun (and believe me they are very rare here!) and blow them gently in your direction.
    Reading Danny’s post today brought me on this page, and I am touched by the warmth that comes from your post and his today, even though I can imagine you feel cold…

    Big hug from someone you don’t know
    Nilah

  • Craig

    “Prosperity is a great teacher; adversity a greater.”
    ~ William Hazlitt

    Hello Stacey, I’ve never spoken with you before, nor read your blogs before, but you came to me via a strong caring endorsement from Danny Brown.

    I too have been in the deepest and darkest places at times in life, and I know all too well that feeling and frustration of drowing and no way out. There always is a way out, trust and time is all you can rely on to reach it.

    But understand from all the comments coming in, that you may be physically alone in your battles right now, but you’re not alone at all, each of us pretty much with a similiar experience and story to tell, and each of us trying and waiting for the time you’re in a place to write to us through your blog about how you battled this adversity and won.

    Cheers,

    Craig

  • http://www.inchpunch.co.uk Siobhan Hymes

    Hi Stacey
    I’ve found your blog through Danny Brown and just wanted to send you a :). Life is never easy but we really do just have to make the best of what we have. You can’t have a rainbow without rain. Stay strong and know that there are people out there like me who don’t know you but admire what you do.

  • http://www.suzannefranco.com Suzanne Franco

    Stacey ~ I’m happy to meet you (via Danny’s blog) and of course wish it were under “better” circumstances … but I’m glad to be here regardless. Know you and Sanjay (and family) are in my thoughts and prayers … and I’m excited to learn about Epic Change. I’ve subscribed and look forward to seeing how I can help get the word out. big *huGs* to you! Suzanne

  • Rosie

    Hello Stacey,

    I’m not sure what to write but I do know how hard and lonely life seems in patches and I know that when you’re feeling alone and scared it feels like the sunshine and happy days are a long way away. Troubled times do pass though and, even though I don’t know you, it’s clear from all these posts and mentions that you are loved. I’m sitting in my office a long way away in South Wales, not knowing who you are but wishing you good things and better days. Everything will be ok.

  • http://swoopyloopy.com kate

    i, too, came from Danny’s site and i am SO GLAD i did! I am amazed at all you are doing with Epic Change! You are an inspiration. Thank you for showing your reality as well. Sometimes as “viewers” we forget that everyone has a life beyond what we read or see. So thank you for sharing, you are human! :)

    Just wanted to stop and share some words of wisdom from my mother, she always said to us growing up that sticks with me when i am upset “Life is constant change whether you like it or not. The good news there is that when things are bad, you know it, too, will change and you can mark this time off your list of ‘things you don’t want to experience again but now know how to deal if you do’ so keep moving forward, change for the better is coming” :)

    seek out and enjoy the good stuff when you can!

  • http://twitter.com/alexandrakirsch Alexandra

    Hi Stacey,

    You’re right. There is an overwhelming amount of sadness in this world. People are faced with the struggle to survive on a daily basis. That being said, people like you have been gifted enough to manifest your personal strength into change, and ultimately make an impactful difference.

    I’m so sorry to read about your month of misery, no one deserves that kind of pain and life-destroying obstacle. I’m glad, though, about the silver lining with Raj’s rare genetic mutation.

    You’re an absolute inspiration, and have touched the lives of many. When people strive to make a difference, charitable or not, they often settle for success by hoping to help at least one person. Just by looking at the responses on this post, you’ve inspired and reached so much more than that.

    Don’t lose sight of just how amazing you are.

    My thoughts and prayers are with Sanjay and his brother Raj, I hope your family member who lost the job will soon find employment in an excellent field, that the family member who filed for bankruptcy will find financial resolution and ultimately relaxation, and that the people who moved will stay close through communication and frequent visits.

    Keep on being you, because your readers, fans, and ones you have touched wouldn’t want it any other way.

    All my very best wishes,

    Alexandra

  • Ray

    Good Morning Stacey,
    Danny Brown brought me to you and your blog today. Thank you for sharing with us and I can relate to some of your posts. You are not alone which you already know. Sending You & Your Loved Ones Lots of Positive/Irie Vibes & Thoughts, Prayers, Love & Continued Blessings each day..Thank you for being an inspiration!

  • http://www.bonsaiinteractive.com Troy Claus

    Hey Stacey,

    My name is Troy and I am business partners with your good friend Danny Brown. Any friend of Danny’s is a friend of mine. I’m not one for long messages so I will leave a quote…”We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated”
    -Maya Angelou- Keep your head held high my friend :)

  • http://www.legitimate-work-from-home-business.org/index.html Scott

    Hey Stacey,
    Quick note to say thanks for sharing as I’m at work. Never feel you’re dumping on us when you’ve got so much going south. We’re feeling your sadness and are elated when things turn for the better. We will certainly keep Raj in our thoughts and prayers. My father had a healing from 4th stage bladder cancer so I’m believing for Raj’s healing.
    Just introduced to you through Danny Brown’s Tweets, now following. I’m working on getting into blogging with a health related blog this year. I’ll be looking into your efforts at Epic Change. Scott

  • http://pbg-troubletree.blogspot.com/ Pamela Baker Gratton (TroubleTree)

    Stacey,

    Thank you so much for sharing… You … good, bad, & inbetween! Without the clouds; you know the sunshine would mean nothing.

    Please know that you are not alone; I hope it helps to remember that … thinking of you.

    Pamela

  • http://allenmireles.com Allen Mireles

    Just one voice in the chorus telling you that you matter and that you and your work make a difference in our lives. Thank you for the reminder about “Here Comes the Sun”, one of my all time favorites. My mood was sad today until I read your post and listened to the song. I then shared the song on Facebook with my 18 year old who is celebrating his birthday today and is having a difficult day…so your post is touching many of us in the most positive ways. Thank you for that.

  • Lorelei

    Keep the faith, Stacey. Clearly you and the people you love, are loved in return. Let that be your strength. Happy Birthday, Danny.

  • http://twitter.com/kbkmarketing Katie Fassl

    Hello Stacey,
    Danny Brown also brought me to you and your blog today. I hate to see anyone going through tough times, but I hope you find comfort in knowing that we’ve all been there. I guess that’s the beauty of life– we’re all in this together! Hang in there, and know that everything you’re doing is making a huge difference in the lives of many.

    Prayers and hugs,
    Katie

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    Thank you for an incredible post. Your work is amazing and admirable and I wish nothing but success, happiness, and growth in the future!

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    Stacey,

    You’ve endured a lot. Walk and talk with God and he will help you through life’s hardships.

    And please keep us posted.

    God bless you,

    Tom

  • http://www.abilitysuccessgrowth.com Elli St.George Godfrey

    Stacey,

    Danny also brought me to you and your blog today. I went through a difficult time about 2 years ago and the song that I kept returning to was “Stuck In a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of” by U2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANk_Fn0mEyY

    You know it’s a moment but it can feel very long and very lonely. There are times when the “night runs over and the day wont’ last”. But…you are inspiring and please know you are definitely not alone!

    You are in my thoughts and prayers!

    Elli

  • Deb Bruser ( JoyFull_deb)

    Hello dear heart….
    As others have stated before me, Danny brought me to your blog and I’m so thankful that he did. I’ve read your post and want you to know that YOU #ROCK…that you’ve brought so much sunshine & happiness to others with your caring, giving heart.
    I am keeping you in my prayers, as well as Sanjay & Raz…and I’m lifting all of you UP into the light^^^…
    Love you…((((HUGS))))
    deb

  • Marc

    I know it is easy to say and hard to do, but change will come to you and yours through your actions and those of others. What you can do today does affect tomarrow and you know that the human condition has and will triumph in the end.
    Take stock of the many who have reached out in the absence of the presence of your loved ones. This virtual hug is for you!

  • http://www.legitimate-work-from-home-business.org/index.html Scott

    Hey Stacey,Introduced to you this morning on Danny Brown’s Twitter feed. Read this post, now following you and will be checking further into Epic Change.

    First, please never feel like you are dumping on us by sharing. You have had more than enough sadness and bad fortune than anyone could stand and yet… here you are. Amazing! You are unknowingly or knowingly helping folks by sharing. Thank you for that. Hopefully, the tears had a cleansing effect.

    We will keep Raj and Sanjay’s family in our thoughts and prayers. Thanks again. Scott

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    Stacey,

    Keep your chin up. This too shall pass. Etc. Etc. Etc.

    You’re amazing. Raj is amazing. And, you’ll both get through these trials and be stronger for it.

    Sue Anne

  • Cheryl Fehlberg

    Stacey, I’m truly blessed to have met you through Danny Brown. Thanks to Danny for bringing me here. My love and prayers are with you Stacey, I am with you and praying for you and yours, be well ((hugs)) and my love
    Cheryl

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    Hi Stacey! THat gorgeous guy Danny Brown helped us connect. Just wanted to say take care. The work you are doing for Epic Change is so important. Sometimes the situation around us can look bleak and it’s difficult to find something for which to be grateful. Hopefully all the messages here will be one of those things.

    It’s 30 years today since my beloved father passed away ..we’ve been given the privilege of life – let’s use it as best we can, while we can, to make this world a better place. Take care – lots of love from Downunder.

  • RaynaNyc

    Hello Stacey, I’m another of Danny Brown’s followers and am so touched by his caring and friendship, and your amazing strength and spirit. I just wanted to send some good wishes and support your way. I know it may seem odd to be reading all these warm thoughts and words from strangers, but just as online can seem isolating and lonely, it can also be a great source of support and friendship. I hope you are feeling a lot of the latter, and some of the sentiments here might dry some of those tears. Hang in, and will be checking in.

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    Oh Stacey,

    You are such a wonderful, giving person. I wish I knew what I could do to help. Please don’t be too proud or stubborn to ask for help for yourself and/or your family for a change.

    Love,

    Jon

  • Deborah Vaughan

    Stacey, I am also here thanks to Danny Brown. Love and blessings from Tasmania, Australia. You’re having more than your share at the moment – please remember to look after yourself through all this. Sometimes life just seems too darn hard, so I guess you could imagine us all here just holding your hand. love across the water, Deb. xx

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    Hi Stacey!

    Danny Brown sent me. And when he says someone is with connecting with, I run. And he and I have never met. So sorry for your misfortunes and the mission of your site and organization are amazing. Praying for you and yours and I am looking forward to encouraging the kids in my Religious School to donate to Epic Change.

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    Stacey, YOU are epic. Don’t change. And don’t lose sight of all the people and lives you have touched in such a positive way, all of whom are thinking of you when you need their thoughts… You care, and as a result we all care. Stay strong and positive.

    Jeff

  • http://nikkistephan.com Nikki Stephan

    Hi Stacey – I learned about your blog from Danny Brown’s post. I know you’re hurting right now, but please do your best to remember that whatever doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger. Bad things happen to us for a reason. We may never understand why, but we’re always a stronger and better person once we overcome them. Sending prayers and happy thoughts your way.

    Nikki

  • http://lectrify.ca Laura Williams

    Hey Stacey,

    We have never met, but like many others, I learned about you through Danny Brown.

    I just wanted to stop by and wish you well. You have undoubtedly had incredibly hard challenges recently–things that would make anyone want to curl up in a ball indefinitely– but you are strong. I can see it in your writing, in the way people write to you and in all you’ve accomplished.

    People find comfort in different things. Sometimes it’s in a momentary distraction that gives you a chance to breathe and face it all once again. Sometimes it’s in sharing those feelings as you have today, or in allowing others to reach out and remind you that you are loved.

    I hope that you will find added strength in all these things, and that you will soon have some more, and greater, good news to inspire you once again.

    All the best,

    Laura

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  • http://www.philmcdonnell.com Phil McDonnell

    Hello Stacey,

    I too follow Danny Brown’s blog and saw his incredible post in regard to you and your current bad luck. It always seems like there is no end to the misfortunes that we endure but as you know the sun will shine again.

    Please stay strong for everyone in your life, if not just for yourself! You are a beautiful person from everything I see that you do here and for others. Remember that your good deeds will be repaid in time, so keep your head up and know that you have a whole community behind you.

    My thoughts will be with you and your family and friends…

    Here is hoping the sun shines bright for you tomorrow!

    ~Phil

  • http://www.robertbcairns.com Rob Cairns

    Hi Stacey,

    I learned about your blog from my good friend Danny Brown’s post.

    I wanted to take the time to wish you well and tell you that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Rob

  • http://twitter.com/pr_persson @pr_persson

    Epic change, what a great idea.

    Stay strong Stacey! Although things may feel dark, change may be just around the corner. Remember you are not alone!

    Best wishes from Sweden!

    /Johan

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