Monthly Archives: January 2012

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View the video:  http://youtu.be/cF0wpw_3Ux4 The point of this video, though it appears as news; simply shows if the doctor had used traditional medicine, unlike the approach he used, would have given the man a better chance.  Giving this man, along with others the Nobel prize for his work, seemed...

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Prostate Cancer, how to face it

Prostate cancer will effect as many as half of all men over the age of 80. Although, the cancer is usually slow growing, those of African descent are at risk earlier and the rate of growth being faster than those no of African descent. In the early stages of...

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Hope, what is it?

I hear the word: hope. I say the word: hope. Do we understand what it is and do we want to accept what it truly is? A diagnosis of cancer, the fear the desperation overcomes us; where do we find logic in it; know how to open our eyes...

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Time, there is no time

January 20th, five months; makes me think of time, what relationship do we have to time; is time relative to our existence or merely a time table for us to compare events? I cannot say five months is long or short, it is when I looked at the measurement...

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Left undone

We live our lives in organization; trying to make a sense out of the chaos that surrounds our every day; organization often times giving us stress because life got in the way of organization. We plan our, ‘organizing of things’, we plan our futures and somewhere we plan to...

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Hope for Cancer victims

Jesicha’s Hope offers support, hope and opens doors for treatments otherwise not found or talked about. We know about the fear and desperation, we understand what it is like when night falls, the house is quiet and you begin to think, your mind wanders, hours pass and still you...

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