Power of Facebook: Save a Life with One Post

 Harriet Jodi Levin’s Status Update Saturday, September 8, 2012.  She writes:

My dear funny friend Allison Ziering Walmark posted an article a few weeks ago written by her friend Lauren Cahn Schoenfeld about surviving breast cancer. Because Allison posts the most fabulous and amusing things on FB , I felt compelled to read this article.


I got through the first few paragraphs, and there were too many similarities to ignore. I was inspired by this article and decided that is was possible that the lump I had found on my breast might be something. It was, and it turned out I had breast cancer.


Today thanks to Allison’s posting of this article, and her ” behind the scenes” love and support… I AM CANCER FREE!!!!!!!! I intend to stay that way with radiation and possibly a little chemo. Alison..you are my HERO!!! I owe you and Lauren my life..I really do. I always loved you, but now I am indebted to you FOR LIFE!!! xoxo

Allison Ziering Wallmark Replies:
 When next you see me, I shall escape into a phone booth and don my fabulous “S” sequined shirt and even more fabulous cape! You did this one yourself, sweet friend! You’re the Superwoman!

[Read in Rod Serling’s VOICE]   The power of Facebook.  You never know when something you post will be the right message for the right person at the right time.  Allison delivered a message that reached her friend when she needed to hear it most.

Miguel Ruiz says messengers are angels.  Everyone is a messenger.  Some operate on a higher vibrational frequency than others.  They sense who needs what when.

Ruiz wrote the book, “The Four Agreements”.  He asks that you think about what kind of message you deliver to people you love the most. Most importantly, what message do you tell yourself.  He says deliver one of truth to yourself and  others because truth exists without you.  Especially in health.

People often ignore early warning signs.  Symptoms will exist despite that.  Truth exists without you.  When a health article catches your attention –there may be a reason–a message for you.  Don’t discard it.  It could save your life.

Allison Ziering Wallmark is an angel.  Thanks to her, Harriet Jodi Levin is cancer free and filled with gratitude.  Another example of the power of Facebook.  And friends.  Connected by powerful brain waves.  Transported with heart.

I am no longer alive when Miguel Ruiz writes “The Four Agreements” or the Fifth one.  Or when Facebook or these two lovely ladies were born.  That’s why you have just entered another dimension.  The Health Zone.  [cue music]     -Maria Dorfner
“There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call the Twilight Zone.” —Rod Serling
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One thought on “Power of Facebook: Save a Life with One Post

  1. Maria- I know we think the same in saving lives. In 2008, my sisters and I did the inevitable, we saved our father’s life from kidney disease by posting an ad on craigslist.org. After a year and 4 months, much media exposure and over 100 responses thereafter, an unknown woman came forward from California, donating her kidney, saving his life. It was the perfect match and unheard of by doctors. Today, we match others in need via our foundation, “The Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation of America. We have saved a total of six lives thus far. We are currently working with a 24 year old, Molly Pearce from Santa Monica, California. Molly is in need of 4 organs- a kidney, liver, small intestine and liver. She is awaiting a deceased O donor family/individual to come forward to give her the gift of life. Please share Molly’s story with others so we can help her reclaim her precious life back! See Molly’s coverage on KETV at the below link. She is at University of Nebraska Medical Center awaiting the gift of life. Contact us if you know of a special family facing a tragic situation at 646-287-2900, send us a private facebook message or email us at press@floodsisters.org. Love.Give.Life. The Flood Sisters~

    Molly’s Story on ABC News Affiliate (KETV) in Nebraska


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