Friday, March 19, 2010

It's Better in the Bahamas

This vacation took on special significance as a symbolic turning point in my recovery process. Four months ago, I could only imagine myself on an island beach in the Caribbean. Had I blindly and obediently followed medical recommendation, I would be certainly lying in my bed, bald, weak, and ravaged by toxic "medicine". In order to escape the terrible reality of that scenario, my experiece of an island beach in the Caribbean would still be confined to the limits of my imagination.
On this day, I am grateful for my robust health. My energy level is very high, my mental outlook is very positive. I have returned to my life as it was before this crisis of health, but I have returned a stronger person, a better person, and a more appreciative person. This has been a game-changer. Life is good. And I am grateful.
Just say no to chemo.


  1. Hello

    What is going on? Are you still alive?

    You might want to look into "controversial" cannabis therapy. It is supposed to heal.

    Best regards

  2. Hi Janez,
    Yes, I am still very much alive! I am doing great. I have been working on a book, so I have not been on the blog in several months. Thanks for your suggestion, not a bad one!