Yesterday’s blogpost seemed so good to birth after all these years. It was short and sweet and understandable. There were a couple of things that occurred to me afterward though that could be mentioned now.
Kicked fear out is an important concept and goal. There is way too much of it around. And definitely way to much swirling around cancer the disease. As a matter of fact cancer the disease should be written with a lower case “c” while that ugly thing which results when all the fear is added to it is another animal altogether and could then be spelled with a capital “C”. Yes, how about that?
There is a reason why the Christian Bible (the New Testament) is always saying “Fear not!” Fear is a tool of the darkness and it abounds in our environs now and then. It is a hindrance to us to say the least. It is more like a burden which can overwhelm us.
Anything that we can do to lessen it for ourselves and others is a major step in the right direction. It is necessary to be aware of this continually, day in and day out, minute by minute. Wack-a-Mole it for yourself and for me please. You have my eternal permission, whenever and wherever it appears.
The other “mole” to wack is the idea that death is a defeat. Cancer patients can get wrapped up in hopes of cures to a frenzied degree. And to be finally faced with death and then feeling that cancer defeated them. This is so common. The point to me is to do what one can in the curing department but to balance that with living life. We all have a unique life to live, for ourselves, our family, our neighborhood, for God. This is what I was getting at yesterday. To miss out on our life is tragic and is the real defeat.
let’s not miss the joy loves, Felipé.