Episode #6: How to Cope with Cancer Treatment
Episode #5: How to Fund your Cancer Treatment 2
Episode #4: How to Fund your Cancer Treatment
Episode #3: How to Handle the Diagnosis of Cancer 2
Episode #2: How to Handle the Diagnosis of Cancer
Episode #1: Myths About Suffering
In episode 6, you will learn to make educated decisions that will insure a smoother journey in the road ahead. Remember that you are not just a thing others are working on. You are an actor in your treatment. Therefore, your input will dictate the outcome.
Cancer is not an
automatic death sentence. and if it is terminal, there is still hope beyond this life. - Vitalis Essala
Just because you had cancer does not mean that you can't have a fulfilling life afterward. Even the regions that go through the aftermath of war deserve rejoicing. Your new normal can be different from your former normal, but you now have all the reasons in the world to appreciate life and enjoy every moment of it.
In this podcast, you'll get insider info on practical and scientific methods of leaving cancer behind you and living life forward. While we do not claim to provide medical or legal consulting, we will still scrutinize every bite of information we pass on to you to make sure it is digestible and easily applicable to every listener.
When I was diagnosed, I had no idea what I was getting into. Don't be like me, be informed!
Life is a combination of dreams achieved and dreams to achieve. No guarantee is given to us in the morning that we’ll see the evening, nor that our day will be crowned with success. But we start our day, anyway, with hopes and trusts. Read more...
Two summers ago, I taught my daughters how to ride a bike. I couldn’t believe the results we got. We started out slowly and hesitantly. I would place them on the bike, instill confidence in them, and give them instructions on what to do. I would then gently push them as they struggled to stay balanced, pedal, and hold the bike on track. The hardest part was for them to stay focused when a car was coming because we did this in the neighborhood. Read more...
In this world of superficial reality, the challenge of being real and authentic is enormous. The news is said to be fake. The food is said to be grown and preserved by and with artificial elements and preservatives. Every aspect of life is fakery to the point that women ware fake eyelashes and men stick fake leg, dorsal, and abdominal muscles in their body just to look fit and exude stamina. Fakery is so intense that it is more difficult to be real and authentic. In fact, authentic is now considered fake. So, how do we distinguish ourselves from this messy Capernaum? Life can become faker, but we can still be genuine. Read more...
You will hardly hear this recommendation in the corporate world. Love others or be loving. You cannot give your best if you couldn’t care less about others. In fact, we do not strive to give our best just for ourselves. We do give our best for others first. We can even take it further. Whatever you do, do it for the glory of God and to serve others. Read more...
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Cancer is not an automatic death sentence. and if it is terminal, there is still hope beyond this life. - Vitalis Essala