Calling Cancer a Gift Or an Opportunity for Enlightenment Is Insulting! | Nancy’s Point — Read on nancyspoint.com/calling-cancer-gift-opportunity-enlightenment-insulting/comment-page-1/ If you haven’t read Nancy’s book, please read her posts on Nancy’spoint.com her blog give her your thoughts in the matter of has cancer made you a better person (sigh. Absolutely not in my case anyway.) Then… Read More Calling Cancer a Gift Or an Opportunity for Enlightenment Is Insulting! | Nancy’s Point
welliesandseaweed.wordpress.com/ Julia’s Wellies and Seaweed blog post well researched to get you moving one way or another – particularly read her morning lament. It’s as beautiful as the writer. Thanks Julia.
I try to follow the old rule “fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me.” But there’s not a one of us who can honestly say we’ve not gone back for more foolishness given instances of grief, love, passion, obsession, and even hope. What makes us continue to go back for more chemotherapy falls into this category. There’s no instance of chemotherapy being the cure of cancer. But we’ve seen success with it over the course of our disease. It’s not foolishness but hope that dries us to swallow the pills, be injected with or being lasered with by the very things that cause cancer.… Read More Days of Futures Past
It’s all about perspective. This entire global debacle, even from the cat’s point of view, indelibly changed the daily regimes of everyone, everywhere, with everything we do. Normally my writing calms me down. And it is. As I write these words my cracks that just began showing this week slowly begin to close, like a scar forming on an open wound.… Read More Community Born of Solitude