Wishes for Recovery from Illness

Everyone falls down, but you are going to get up again. Because you know you have it in you to triumph over this illness. Here’s to wishing you a speedy and comfortable recovery.

Dedication and determination are wonderful qualities, but lot can be said for NOT dying with your boots on. We are all depending on your timely recovery from this illness, but in the meantime, please take it easy!

Roses are red, violets are blue. I hope you feel better and everyone else at the office does too! We hope to see you back at your cube soon.

No matter how your course runs ahead of you, your well of inner strength and your faith will see you through this illness and through your recovery.

While you are recovering, take some time to relax with a good book and let it speed you back toward good health.

Sometimes, we can enjoy the game better from the sidelines. Try to remember that during your recovery.

Times heals all wounds, even yours. Here’s to wishing you renewed health, happiness, and most of all, healing.

To everything, there is a season. Right now, this may be your winter, but spring and summer will come again. Rest now, so you can enjoy them better.

Just as fast-moving storms bring much needed rain, temporary pain comes before times of healing and recovery. The pain will pass. The rains will come. You will weather this storm and find good health again.

Sometimes, circumstances can test our faith in ourselves and in God, but without these times of testing, we would never learn our own strength or know in what our faith is truly placed. You will gain great wisdom through this time of suffering, which I hope will be short and end with your restoration and recovery.

At times, our lives are defined by the unexpected. Because of that, we should always take the chance to learn from unexpected hardships and to use them as opportunities to grow in both strength and wisdom. Good luck in your continuing recovery.

If you feel like you are swimming upstream right now, remember the salmon and his reward at the end of his long and perilous journey. You will be rewarded for your patience during this time of struggle.

Just like a watch pot never boils, a prodded wound is slow to heal. Do not allow your impatience to hinder your recovery and healing. The process may be slow, but it is also sure and certain.

In times of trouble, the very wise seek solace for the wounded soul, not just healing for the wounded body. Take some time today and find comfort in soothing music or inspiring poetry. Or read a book to lift your spirits during your convalescence. Whatever soothes your soul.

Your courage and grace during this illness have inspired many people in your life. I know that your recovery will inspire even more. You are a role model to all of us. Thank you for showing us what it really means to be strong.

Illness exists to teach us about the compassion of other people in our lives. Through suffering, we learn the true meaning behind helping hands and those to whom they belong. In the end, recovery is a gift, but not one greater than the lesson learned on the journey.

Modern day hospitals make all of us who know any better long for those days in Victorian England when recovering from an illness meant spending the summer in a country house with a multitude of servants and home-cooking.

When you are under the weather, your dog misses his walks, but like a faithful companion he eagerly awaits your recovery so that you may both venture out into the world and into the bright sunshine together again.