Can-do attitude: canSURVIVE exhibit reflects struggles, triumphs of cancer survivors

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  • HeatherH
    Sept. 12, 2010 11:22 a.m.

    Thank you for this amazing, inspirational story!

  • winddancersong
    Sept. 12, 2010 7:33 a.m.

    As a survivor of a car crash,cancer,a second car crash,and now diagnoised with a brain tumor,I have a deep appreciation for every person who is in my life.For the efforts they put forth to be there for me.Their many talents,amazing insights and love. People like Chad Hurst and what he does are another example of the wonderful sources which can be found in our communities around the country.It is not just a random chance I believe that fate has given him the challenges which face him. I believe there are some who are called upon to face mighty battles because of the trememdous leadership and qualities which they will muster in the guidence of those who will surround them. Such persons almost cannot help but draw to themselves good works and create insspirational ideaa which will alter the lives of all who encounter them. No matter how brief they may lead the way.As if touched by the Creator's hand such souls are rare treasures lighting the way and helping the world so that we may see the wonders we are so often blinded to every day.Thanks
    Chad!God Bless

  • blovegrovec
    Sept. 12, 2010 2:54 a.m.

    I am not a cancer survivor, but I have survived several bouts of a life-threatening illness in the past 20 years. This last round, I was unable to work for 18 months, and it cost me all of my retirement savings. I have learned to keep my life before God and my family and friends apart from my illness--it is outside of the real me, not inside. Inside is God and hope and a future of life and love.