Dear Diana,

Since 2010 I have been a care worker to someone called Joy age 47, disabled with severe ME and chemical sensitivity for 28 years. (9 years in a nursing home at age 27 where she also suffered abuse). She had a very difficult life. I met her in 2013 I was looking for work as a carer/housekeeper and she answered my advert. We became instant great friends and I helped improve her life and relieve her physical pain. Things were looking up for her at last her condition was improving. Then 2013 she was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer. Due to her sensitivities and ME she knew she couldn’t have the usual surgery/chemotherapy/radiation etc. The last 18 months have been so traumatic for her (and me). She suffered dreadfully with an open wound where the cancer had eaten her entire breast away. Her right arm was swollen and fixated to her body. Her neck was swollen she was terrified, and broken. At the end however she did turn again to God and asked to be ‘taken home’. She passed away the next morning 31st March 2015. I was with her praying also a pastor. She passed very peacefully. I am left so distraught thinking of all her adult life she suffered then she has me as her carer and best friend, we both depended on each other in a way. I miss her so much and I worry and hope she is safe and well now in heaven. How can I be sure she is safe now with God? I am so distraught. I have lost my dearest friend and my job and entire way of life. I hope Joy is alright now. It seems so unfair she was just beginning to believe life could be good. Her hope was just beginning only to have it so cruelly dashed. It’s so cruel. Please pray for her soul. Her name is/was Joy Hayward age 47 when she passed, 31/3/15.

Thank you

Patricia

Hola Patricia 
Firstly, I am very sorry to hear that your friend Joy has passed over, it must be a very challenging time for you. What I do feel you need to hear is that Joy is with her loved ones, her soul group and in fact she has gone “home”  She is now totally well and happy and there are great celebrations when we go home BUT that does not make grief any easier for those who are left behind. Through your tears remember the love you shared and ask yourself what has this painful lesson taught you because you both would have agreed to it before you incarnated on earth! Our soul would understand that but our human aspect, our ego, may not. Ask your angels to help you through this difficult time and still talk to Joy as an aspect of her energy will always be around you. You WILL come through this Patricia and become a stronger person as a result ready to share your gift with others who need it! Hang on in there and stay strong! Sending you blessings 

Namaste
Penny Wing
Master Teacher
Diana Cooper Foundation 
www.pennywing.com