Dealing with Cancer in My Family and Friends

We all should be grateful for good health.


"Cancer victims who don't accept their fate, who don't learn to live with it, will only destroy what little time they have left."
- Ingrid Bergman

My Father has prostate cancer that spread to his back, one of my best friends has lung cancer. This friend would be one of the three that would stand with me if I ever get married, he is important to me.

What can I do?

I try my best to listen, and to be grateful, thankful, and to give strength and hope. We are all going to die, that is guaranteed.

Cancer stops procrastination, cancer is not going to stop. I am here with my parents visiting, and the question came up, should I go see my friend?
--- Yes, because tomorrow is never guaranteed.

My friend told me,
"It has been inactive since September."
This was good news. 

My father is waiting for treatment in Indianapolis, we hope he is accepted into the program.

Acceptance and gratitude, two signs of faith.

Andy Graham

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 02:54:08

Cancer in My Family and Friends

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