Thursday, October 01, 2009

I am thinking pink thoughts today. My dear friend Christina, at Soul Aperture, http://soulaperture.blogspot.com/2009/09/wont-you-join-me-please.html is hosting wonderful pink thoughts for breast cancer awareness month. We all know so many people affected by cancer. We know many people who are survivors of it also. Those survivors give us hope. I often wonder what separates those living remission cancer free after having it and those who have with cancer, which then eventually take their lives. I have met this wonderful writer in the blog world, her name is Susie Hemingway and she is over at A Power Within blog: http://susiehemingway.blogspot.com/. Her husband is living with cancer now and she celebrates the love that they share with one another and it is so very beautiful. With people like Christina and Susie who have positive thoughts and the added power of love there will be a cure. So I will continue to pray everyday for a cure and that everyone may live in peace, light, and love.

4 comments:

michellechant said...

Cancer is an evil disease ... so sending lots of pink thoughts your way!

Susie Hemingway said...

Thank you for your kind words and for drawing attention to breast cancer awareness month. If we can all work hard towards a cure for Cancer in any way we can, all will help. Multiple Myeloma the cancer my dear husband has, is just 1% of all Cancers and being so lowly, is right down the list as far as research is concerned. Finding a cure for any Cancer will help towards the ultimate goal of a cure for all. So it is good to draw attention to(hence my poems) listen and support as much as we can, all fundraising efforts. Soon there will be a cure that would mean our children and their love ones will not have to suffer the way so many are today.
Thank you Lori and Christina so very much, for drawing attention to this most special month.

A Fitness Minute with Pat Anderson said...

Nice post! All women are needed for the Love/Avon Army of Women to help find a cure for breast cancer. www.armyofwomen.org

Lori said...

Thank you for the positive feedback on this post. It is a cause dear to my heart. I think it will take working together, trying traditional methods trying to find a cure, and also thinking outside the box, a combination of things to work in order to find a lasting cure. Thank you again for your comments and I looking forward to another pink post tomorrow. :)