Category: fear

Feb 01

Can You See Your Shadow?

          There I was staring right into the steely eyes of a hammerhead shark. Then another shark swam toward me. Over my shoulder, I could see a third heading my way. I never flinched. I didn’t even attempt to run. In fact, I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. Why? Not because …

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Sep 21

What’s Feeding Your Mind?

    So tell me the truth, when you read the obituaries, do you scan down to the bottom to see if memorial contributions are to be made to the American Cancer Society? I know I did after my diagnosis. Every night I’d look in the paper to see if someone I had treatment with …

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Aug 24

When Your World Falls Apart

  So where were you when the events of 9/11 unfurled? I bet you know exactly. I vividly remember I was standing in the chemo room at our oncology office chatting with patients when the first plane hit. And if you’re OLD like I am, you recall where you were when President Kennedy was shot …

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May 25

Peace in the Face of Cancer

  I’ve just received word from Tyndale House that my manuscript for my new book Peace in the Face of Cancer has been “enthusiastically accepted!” This book has been rolling around in my head for at least a couple of years and I just couldn’t really relax in retirement until I got it out. For a …

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