I’m attending way too many funerals. I’m not supposed to … and I hate it.
No, no, this isn’t a message about doom and gloom. You’ll see why soon.
There seems to be an understanding that as we go through our own life cycles, we get to attend certain types of ‘events’ at various stages of our lives.
When we’re younger, we start to get hooked up and also notice our peers starting to have boyfriends and girlfriends.
A few years later, we find ourselves attending more weddings … yes, our peers are getting married one after another.
Then it’s housewarmings, their children’s first month birthday celebrations, etc … you get the drift.
The thing is, I’m attending funerals too. And I don’t mean wakes of older folks dying naturally of old age. It’s people who were close to me getting sick … very very sick, and then passing on.
My dad had a stent inserted into his artery last year for ‘ballooning’; to widen his artery so that blood can flow through more easily, thereby relieving the pressure from his heart. More recently, his doctor asked him to return for an angiogram because it seems there’re 2 more arteries that risked being blocked. It’s nerve-wrecking for him … and for me.
My cousin’s wife, a happy mum of 4 kids, discovered she had cervical cancer just a few months ago. And at the time of this writing, she is just completing her first bout of chemo-therapy. And she’s only 30 years old.
And just last week, I attended another cousin’s funeral. She had contracted cancer, fought hard for just over a year, having spent more than $70,000 … and she still lost her battle. She’s barely 60 years old, has 2 daughters, and 2 grandchildren. And what wrenches my heart most is, her dad is still around.
What can be more painful than having to see your child go before you?
There are others; friends of friends, parents of friends etc contracting terminal illnesses and passing on way before their time is due.
Is this normal? Is it just me? Or are you seeing this going on too?
For how far humanity has evolved, for how advanced our technology has become, for how many supposed breakthroughs we see in ‘medical sciences’, the result is for our friends and family to drop like flies?
Do you know that the incidence of cancer today is 1 in 3? (Some say 1 in 2!) Did you let that sink in? 1 in FREAKIN 3!
‘Nah, it won’t happen to me … nor my friends … nor my loved ones’ … don’t kid yourself. What if it really is your turn to die?
Thankfully, there is hope. I was blessed enough to have had the chance to be exposed to some life-saving information, and for the life of me, I pray that it won’t be too little too late.
I won’t be able to explain it as clearly as I would like to with just words here, and fortunately, the video below will explain everything.
If you’ve ever had a loved one, a friend or even someone who knows someone who got sick or even passed on undeservedly, for God’s sake, watch this video AND SPREAD THE WORD.
I’ve asked my god-uncle to watch this video, and he has recently forwarded it to one of his church friends who contracted cancer.
I’ve also encouraged my cousin whose 30-year old wife has cancer (from earlier) and I was so moved when he texted me after watching it, asking if there was someone in Singapore who could do the treatment.
Now that you’ve seen this information, what are you going to do with it?
If you’re not a doctor, don’t ask your doctor about it … seriously, he/she won’t know any better, and probably feel equally trapped.
If you’re a doctor, I hope you’ll step up and do what you believe is right.
If you’re as encouraged as I am after watching this video, and want to find out more, do visit The Gerson Institute website. To my knowledge, as of now, there are only 2 licensed Gerson Treatment Centers in the world that are officially treating patients; one in Tijuana, Mexico and the other in Hungary.
If you need some support in Singapore, I know of 2 people who are licensed practitioners who may be able to help you (or whom you intend it for) to administer the Gerson Therapy at home. Contact me if you need their details.
With knowledge, comes awareness, comes choice. And I choose to spread the light. What about you?