It’s been 5 years buddies. Surviving cancer for 5 years, with incomplete organs has been a great blessing so far; though God always have his way to remind me once in a while to not take life for granted with all the false alarm. 🙏🏼 Thank you for not getting me into “what didn’t kill me makes me stronger” bcs I am very certain that I do not want to go through that shit anymore.
Cancer has also taught me not to give any shit with how people treat me or how they misbehave bcs I am definitely not responsible over how people around me behave. It’s their call. But I have a choice in life whether I still want them around, or how I wanna get affected by them or just pure ignorant, it’s a bliss!
Cancer journey is never easy but it is evidently worth it. I am proud of myself on how far I’ve come and I’m also very proud of myself to choose to share my story. Today, I’d seen more fighters sharing their story like a brave warrior on the battle field, I’m so happy for them too. Live this life, be real. There’s no need to hide or to live in denial, we have to learn to embrace our fight and scars. The more we hide, the more haters wanna reveal our weakness. Let us be in control of our situation and live our second life to the fullest.
HAPPY WORLD CANCER DAY to all my fellow fighters. 💯 To many healthy and happy days ahead. ❤️ 📍Nikko, Japan
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