Medicine says I possess incurable cancer, I say: maybe it is incurable cancer, but definitely cancer does not possess me. If I become a slave to this cancer I lose all freedom, but if I forget its presence I lose every possibility of survival. I spend my time searching for
“Don’t give up, you’re still on time To reach up and start over again, Accept your shadows, Bury your fears, Free your burdens, Resume the flight. Don’t give up, that’s what life is Continue the journey, Follow your dreams, Unlock time, Move the rubble, And uncover the sky. Don’t give
At first, when you listen to words like ” cancer “, ” terminal “, “incurable ” you submerge yourself in a state of stupor, sadness, and fear beyond description. You are covered by fear because these words accompany the inevitability of death. As time goes by, second to second, day
Without a guarantee of success. What is the point of making the maximum effort when you know that your days are numbered? What’s the point of making radical life-style changes when you know you’re dying? Because since we are born everyone, absolutely all, we are one step closer to death.
It seems that the darkness that wrapped my inicial diagnosis of advanced cancer, almost three years ago, generated an inexplicable light inside me. The change of diet brought me a sense of lightness, the daily walks gave me agility, the Christian, Jewish and Buddhist readings gave me support, the scientific
When your future is uncertain, what counts is the experience of living. Why wait? Why postpone? Life is uncertain and is precious. Now it’s time to reconsider priorities and the real value of things. Don’t wait for trauma to question this and change your beliefs and your habits. This life
When I was diagnosed with terminal cancer I remembered these turtles, their odds of survival are 1 in 100 according to statistics. Even so, 100 out of 100, walk excited turning their eagerness into their destiny and living to their greatest potential.