". . .and the world cannot be discovered by a journey of miles, no matter how long, but only by a spiritual journey, a journey of one inch, very arduous and humbling and JOYFUL, by which we arrive at the ground at our own feet, and learn to be at home."
Like all of us, I think pink has become more important than looking for a cure. As a result, I have invited Leslie Aun, Director of Marketing & Communications for Komen for the Cure in Washington, DC, “the” big dogs on the block, to address the breast cancer community on BRENDA’S BLOG, this coming Sunday, October 9th. I’m hoping this will become a regular dialog between “the powers that be” at Komen and the women who have breast cancer, a forum for us both to address our concerns and hopefully work toward a beneficial change as well as finding common ground.
This is what we’ve all wanted, an opportunity to talk to Komen, face-to-face, to make our concerns known and heard. I am also hoping for a live Facebook chat Monday, the 10th, on BreastCancerSisterhood’s FB page. More when I know more details.
Please pass this along to everyone in the breast cancer community.
I love, love, love this quote. It says it all. And I’m looking forward to reading Brenda’s blog that promotes such important dialogue.
Great quote! I’m going to post it on my facebook page, if you don’t mind. Great motivation!!
Having Cancer I think is the worst thing that could happen to us. I really am very am so much afraid of having this. I have known a friend that has cancer and all we do is to cherish the moment with her and just pray if she will be cured from it.
I hope your friend heals and is well again Sabrina