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4 , 2005
I have no one to turn to
And I am feeling kind of low;
When there is no one to talk to
And nowhere I want to go...
search deep within myself
For it's the love inside my heart
That lets me know Angels are there
Even though we are miles apart.
smile then appears upon my face
And the sun begins to shine;
I hear a voice, so soft and sweet
Saying, 'Everything will be just fine.'
may seem that I am alone
But I'm never by myself at all;
Whenever I need my Angels near,
All I have to do is call.
Angel's love is always true
On that you can depend;
They will always stand behind you
And will always be your friend.
darkest hours and brightest days
Our Angels see us through;
YOU are one of my Angels ...
Perhaps I am one for you.
his teens Pope John Paul II (Karol Jozef Wojtyla) narrowly
escaped death, having been struck by a passing streetcar.
Later when he was officially no longer a student, Karol
had to find a job; otherwise, he was in danger of being
shipped to a camp in Germany, which had already happened
to thousands of young Poles. He found employment at
the Solway limestone quarry in Krakow. However, the
hard work, lack of proper nourishment and his secret
seminary studies soon took their toll. One evening,
on February 29, 1944, he collapsed in the street and
was hit by a passing Nazi army truck. He laid in that
street the whole night, unconscious with a fractured
skull, until a passing woman happened to find him early
the next morning and had him rushed to the hospital.
But the events of May 13, 1981, posed the greatest threat
to his life: In St. Peter's Square when a young man
shot the pope. The bullets pierced his intestines and
the abdominal bleeding was intense, requiring a transfusion
of six pints of blood. By June 3, 1981, Pope John Paul
was back at the Vatican, walking to his car unassisted
and waving his once-injured arm. Had Karol Jozef Wojtyla
died from his injuries after being hit by the streetcar
or by the Nazi truck; or been arrested and shot like
some of his other seminarian classmates; or chosen to
marry and have a family; or become a Carmelite as he
had wanted to do until talked out of it; or remained
a parish priest at St. Florian or university chaplain
in Krakow; or died from the assassin's bullets in 1981
he would not have been the Pope John Paul II
who, through his support of Poland's Solidarity movement,
"shook the tree of Communism" that led to
the bringing down of the Iron Curtain in
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