No. I didn’t skip a letter.
Nicole calls it “Li’l Miracles”. She writes about how they can be big or small like:
- finishing chemo
- getting a call from a friend just to say hi
- tumors going away without chemo or radiation
Some people call chemo poison. So is cancer. Why would someone want to put poison in their body? Because the poison that already exists is much worse than the possible cure. And the hope for a cure is vastly greater than the despair of any disease.
Somebody you know is out there suffering from a sickness: physical, mental, spiritual. Instead of being the chemo, be the warm soup to calm their stomach. Instead of painful radiation that burns the skin, radiate love and compassion that soothes the heart and soul.
Call them just to say hi. You can be their li’l miracle.
Kemo – this girl isn’t holding back.
Chemotherapy. It’s not peaceful. It’s not relaxing. It can be toxic.
But it can also be an integral part of the healing process.
Let love be the therapy to life’s diseases.
To the world!
Have you laughed so hard it hurt?
Joy is everywhere. You can feed off others or you can be the tap from which others take a drink.
To the doctors, nurses and care takers, we see you. You see us.
You fight for us and with us.
Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose.
How can you read this and not smile or cry?
Helps put everything in perspective.
Hallelujah that the cure rate is over 80%.
Wow. The heart of this child is beautiful. She sees through the pain and sickness. More precious than the metal itself.
You should be able to click on the picture to get a larger view.
“Whether you donate blood or give a smile it will help them gain that extra mile.” Shandra Crowe (Sister of Dakota Crowe) 12 years old
It’s not always about who you’re related to.
Family can be by blood, adoption or association.
They feel what you feel. They experience what you experience. They care about you.
Be there for your family.