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Johane a Beautiful Face with Devic's Disease

A Tribute to a beautiful woman who is a survivor. Johane has a rare disease known as Devic's Disease/Neuromyelitis Optica/NMO. She is always smiling and deep...

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Comment by Shelia Sheckles on February 25, 2012 at 10:26pm

You are so beautiful to me, if I were blind your beauty I would see. You are as beautiful as the rarest of flowers, with a disease as rare and as ugly as that fatal day we lost the twin towers. In a world so full of sorrow, you smile and I know there is hope for tomorrow. You encourage, motivate and inspire me, for this your beauty I will forever see. You have a kind spirit despite your circumstance the fact that you have great people around you is by no means happenstance. Because I have the pleasure of knowing you, I can hope I dare dream no matter what kind of day I am having isn’t as bad as it seems. You, you are so beautiful to me, keep smiling keep hoping for the day that Devic’s Disease ceases to be.

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