Thursday, December 22, 2011

Video #7: Finding Hope After Chemotherapy

Now what? First round of chemotherapy is over- now it is time to find the hope in living with cancer which you are not knocking down with chemo. This video talks about finding new hope.


  1. David, I continue to admire and appreciate what you are doing with these videos. Looking forward to the BOOK!!!!!!!!!!! George

  2. Hope?

    OK, if the options are indeed 3,6 or 12 months, then I'm hoping for 12.

    I too hope that Mizzou will be playing in New Orleans.

    I'm also hoping that Missouri and Kansas meet in the Big 12 tournament final game...although the game in Lawrence was probably a fitting end to the rivalry.

    I also hope that I will wake up tomorrow and find that your health issues and Missouri's unfortunate, deeply disturbing, decision to leave the Big 12 were nothing more than bad dreams.

    It's a lot to hope for; but I hope it's not too much.

    Dave Pasley

  3. I see absolutely no reason to get rid of the Kansas puke bucket!

  4. Hi, I have wanted to share this information with you, excuse my forgetfulness, I know how important time in this fight. I hope this information will serve. I hope you do not have prejudices: please check, make your comments, compare data, notes and draw your conclusions. I hope that one day nature will give us the cure for this disease. Blessings and a hug from South America.

  5. Hello David: I deeply enjoy your teaching videos and the admirable spirit in which they are written. I just watched the "Finding Hope After Chemo" segment and I'd like to suggest that Hope is built upon our beliefs about what happens to us after we die. Having faith that we will see our loved ones again and have an eternity to spend in a better place, with perfect healthy bodies is indeed something to look forward to - a wonderful source of hope. Believing that Jesus Christ, the son of God, came down to earth to die on the cross for the sins of all mankind is the first step towards this great hope. Have you taken that step? My hope is that you have and that we shall meet in heaven and become great friends. Sincerely, Ella

  6. Hello David. My name is Natalia Noguera. I'm a Colombian journalist from El Tiempo ( diary.

    I would like to get in touch with you. Do you have an e-mail or a telephone where I can find you?

    Thank you.

  7. Jill and Steve from your last cruise checking in

    Do tell. Want to know the latest

    All is well on this end

    Hi to Deb

  8. From Bogotá, Colombia, with all our respect, admiration and love.

    Best regards and KEEP ON IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Juan E Escobar.

  9. I hope that you will recover soon. Thanks for sharing your experiences with us.

    - Susan
    assisted living in Bow NH

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