April 28, 2015: Cancer Kindness

Cancer was found today just as it took another person’s life while someone else just started the battle and another is fighting for a third time. 

Tears fell in fear it might be cancer, because of cancer, a life lost to cancer, and in celebration that the cancer is gone. 

A baby, a child, a teenager, a young adult, a parent, a spouse, a sibling, a friend, a coworker, a grandparent, and a stranger have all been touched by cancer. It does not discriminate. 

It happened yesterday. It happened today. It will happen tomorrow. Cancer must be stopped!

A ribbon in a rainbow of colors to represent them all. They may all be somewhat different, yet they are so much the same. They bring us together. We find hope in the bright colors despite the valleys of darkness we all walk through.  

Cancer isn’t alone. There’s a lot of yuck in this world, so you go be the bright light someone in a dark place needs. Ask God to cross your path with someone in need, and pray your eyes are clear and your heart is full. 

One simple act of kindness can result in the largest smile ever! 

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About courage2conquercancer

At the age of 40, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is an account of my journey from my discovery and beyond.
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