I still remember…

AttitudeI still remember the first day that I was diagnosed… I stood there, next to the elevator that was  crowded with so many people. My mind was racing, was not sure of how i would be. Then suddenly this young man comes next to me in a weel chair could not walk and was breathing from a machine… I just took one look at him and I said to myself … “Thank god that I was given cancer”.

At least I can walk and breathe… After that day , I never looked back and never ask “Why” I was chosen to get cancer. I look back today and figure that I was blessed .

My cancer change my life for the better, I am grateful for it and helped me prioritize my life.

Like Winston Churchill Said… “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference”

Look at the glass 1/2 full and always look for a solution to solve your problem, dont look for the blame, it gets you nowhere…

O

About Olga

Make this place a better word. Be kind to one and other. Help others and make a difference in peoples lives.
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4 Responses to I still remember…

  1. Anna Munari Pepper says:

    Une fois encore little sister tu as fait ma journée! love you and have a nice day! xoxox

  2. joanne assaly says:

    Olga, very touching and important to remember for every problem that life throws in our way.
    Have a great trip.
    love joanne

  3. Kim Mecca says:

    Beautiful share! thank you O!

  4. Julie Assaly says:

    Hey O,

    What a great attitude to have as it can bring a little ray of sunshine into dark days. There is always a spot of light when you seek it.
    Enjoy today.
    Much love
    Julie Assaly

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