World Cancer Day - this is marked annually as a worldwide event on the 4th February.
I never knew that it existed before this year. The day, I mean, not cancer.
I’m sure we are all aware of cancer and people it has affected, people it is affecting right now. I know of cancer survivors. I also know of those who have not survived against the illness or who are currently undergoing treatment. Cancer makes me sad beyond expression.
All illness, especially cancer – because of its aggressive nature against the body, reminds me that we have to really delight in life right now. We have to enjoy the moments that we have and fill them with pleasure because tomorrow is not promised to us.
Sorry if that’s too heavy for you right now, but it’s real.
There are things that we can do to prevent some illnesses and if we can stop cancer in our bodies then I think we should. I will do my best for myself and my beloved child, I hope you will do your best for you and yours.
I may already know you, but if I don’t that doesn’t mean that I don’t care about you – I do. I want everyone of us to live the best life possible, in the best health possible. As Lance Armstrong says, Live Strong.
A Canadian short film to mark World Cancer Day: My Healing Journey: Seven Years with Cancer, Joseph Viszmeg.
Amazing, inspiring, life-changing.
Shared because I care.