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Published: Thursday, Nov. 28 2013 12:00 a.m. MST

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george of the jungle
goshen, UT

The power of one. I'm grateful for my health, to see the sun come up on another day and for all the little things I have experienced. Thank-you for sharing the story of a little girls will to live. The Serenity Prayer is the prayer I say a lot, next to the Lords Prayer. The Serenity Prayer asks for for the serenity to accept the things I can't change, courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. I don't know where I heard this. God answers prayers 3 ways yes no and grow. I Hope The little girl wins the battle and her parents have serenity.

Tucson, AZ

Our prayers are with you, and all who have and will release a white balloon. I ask all who read this to fast and pray for a finding and cure for this cancer so no parent has to release another white balloon, and strength for the families that do. Keep your faith strong in the Lord, in one another, and in your family. Only with all the love in your home and families will you get through this. Put Heavenly Father first in all things, your home and family second and remember both parents are losing a child, and each grieves in their own way. God Bless and Comfort you and yours.

Kaysville, UT

Beautifully written story. Hope we will hear more updates on Brylee's condition. Touching to hear of so many good hearted people involved in her life.

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