We’ve had some time now to think about and mull over the “visitor” we have in our home. We didn’t go looking for our house guest, but then I don’t think that many people go in search of inviting cancer into their lives.
I personally have had to think about how I am reacting to (relating) to this visitor. It is not a welcome guest, but… it is here, and we have to deal with it best we can. I like to drive down country roads, when I want to think and talk to my “self” Ottawa is a good place to be, since in almost any direction I go, I can be in country spaces surrounded by green space and untamed vegetation.
There is a hodge podge of this and that. nothing is planned, it just happens. A patch of flowers, different shapes, sizes and colours of greens all come together to allow for crickets and critters of various shapes and species to mingle and cross paths.
I’ve decided that cancer just didn’t happen, it found its way in, and was allowed to settle in grow and fester. Ownership has to be taken for this. Only in accepting this fact, can we move on and make friends with it. Find out what it will take for it to go away, and then work faithfully, and with dedicated purpose to ease it out of our lives.
Look carefully, there is a path. It is hidden if you just glance, but if you take your time and look … you will find a way, a path to follow. Life is always open to change. Prayer and faith are the most direct path in our connection/relationship to/with God/Universe. I believe that whatever the outcome, it will be what is best.
Cancer is a world changer, we are blessed that we found out in time, that it had come into our lives. Knowing, means that now we can work with the specialists and take the necessary steps to improve our lives, and work positively towards a healthier outlook and lifestyle.
Nature is not stubborn, it is resilient. Acceptance and grasping the opportunity for change positively, will help us flow with the seasons.
PL Precept # 15 All is a mirror
PL Precept 11 Always be with God
PL Precept #18 Each moment is a turning point.