Life is full of challenges, difficulties and trials. But there are also moments of victory. It’s our responsibility to seek those moments out.
When I saw this picture on the Today website, my heart leaped for joy. This girl and her family understood the power in searching for victories.
I live on the Susquehanna River in Central Pennsylvania and have a beautiful morning view. The other day I noticed (from the warmth of the inside) that the recent cold weather had frozen the river. The ice had found its home and locked everything down tight. When I walked outside and got closer to the bank, however, I found something altogether different. I could hear the rush of the water streaming down the river under the cover of the ice. Check out the video and listen carefully for the sounds of moving water.
My agent asked me to write a pitch letter for her to use when promoting my memoir, “Ten Days to Live”, recounting when I discovered I had a brain tumor. That seemed easy enough. I started pulling facts together; reasons why people would want to read my book. While researching, I ran across some incredible statistics:
don’t fight your friends, fight cancer
I saw this post by Kim Keller and thought it was appropriate for anyone who has had brain surgery, too.
I realize being a friend to someone with “a condition” can be challenging, but a true friend only needs instruction. They’ll happily pick up the rest. After all, you’re friends right?
Check out What Your Friend With Cancer Wants You to Know