Light a Candle

Light a Candle

As April comes to an end it’s time to light a few more (digital) candles for those in need of our love, attention and prayers.

I’d like to dedicate April’s candle to, again, my sister and brother-in-law, as I got news yesterday their unborn has been given up. I cannot imagine their grief (I can barely understand my own), so this one is for them.

I also light this candle for my mother, who took a stand during her yearly post-cancer check-up and demanded a blood test, which indicated there’s maybe something wrong with her liver as well as her bone density.

I cannot take any more bad news, I think I’ve grown quite allergic to it, so I also – selfishly – light this candle for myself. The little mountain inhabitant in the video below perfectly describes how I feel inside.

Take care everyone, and let’s light some candles together to burn the last few hours of April down with love!


Who do you dedicate this month’s candle to?
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21 thoughts on “Light a Candle

  1. Sorry to hear of your family’s problems, Samantha. At times like these I always find myself leaning on the saying – you are never tested beyond your means.

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  2. Sorry to hear about your sister and brother-in-law.
    Strong mother you have!
    I dedicate this month’s candle to my husband who works very hard to provide for our family and rarely complains.

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    1. Thank you, Ipuna! My mother had a scan today and very quickly after she got a call all’s fine! A realy relief :)

      What a nice gesture to dedicate this candle to your husband. He sounds like a real good man!

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  3. pfff the bad news is taking your life over.. I feel really sorry for you and your family. I’m putting on a candle RIGHT NOW, to send my love to you and your family. I hope everything is going to be okay with your mom and I hope your sister and brother-in-law are also getting along with it.. and I hope you are also doing okay. I send my luck and love and hope and hugs to you!! And BTW, I really love this blogpost about lighting a candle, I also havo to do this more often!

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    1. Thank you, Romy :) My mother was cleared today, so that’s a HUGE relief! And my sister and her husband have yet to face a very dreadful time, but I hope they know they can find comfort with us whenever they need it.

      You are welcome to share this candle on your blog and pass on the love, or light a candle in real life, hehe (I burn so many these days, it’s a miracle my house hasn’t burned down yet :p)

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      1. I did light a candle and he is still burning for you and your loved ones, and also for my own loved ones. I really like this thought that a candle could help a little :) when I’m in a church I ALWAYS light a candle, I think it is a really beautiful way to show your love for important people. Im happy to hear from your mom!!!

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        1. I also always light a candle when I’m in a church. Which is weird, because I am not religious… Still, I can never help myself heheh.
          Hope you and your loved ones are all okay!

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          1. yeah me too, I’m also not religious or anything haha. Well, I was in the past, so maybe that’s why I always light a candle, but I just believe in it somehow haha, so I also can never help myself. Yes everyone is okay :) thanks for asking

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  4. Samantha, glad to hear your mother got some good news…but so sorry about your sister and brother-in-law’s situation. There are times when we absolutely have to light a candle for ourselves as well as others. I’ll dedicate a candle to my wife’s parents who are in declining health and can use some well wishes!

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    1. Thank you, Bruce :)

      What a nice gesture to light one for your parents-in-law. I hope their health stops declining and they get to enjoy life to the fullest despite any health issues.

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  5. Sending you a virtual hug and a bunch of love! I’m really glad your mom is fine. And I’m so so sorry for R and T.. I have no words. What a devastating news. It shouldn’t be like this. Wish you and especially them all the strenght there is Xx

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