Thoughts on the past week:
If you had to choose : Without the operation, you will have a 90 % chance of getting cancer.
With the operation, the risk is 2%.
What would you do?
A precious little dog jumps off a deck.
He literally breaks his back.
He is 8 years old.
To operate or not to operate?
When is it worth the price?
Does love have a price?
An aging woman is told she needs to get medical attention.
She is torn between taking a medication that is poisonous for the rest of her life, severely restricting her life style,
Or living her life as she wants to, no matter how long or short that may be.
A friend is in pain.
She may have lyme disease.
It has been said that if you have lyme disease, the sooner you treat it, the better.
But if you wait too long, there is no cure.
She has the tests.
They are inconclusive.
The clock is ticking.
The doctor refuses to treat it.
Meanwhile, my friend suffers.
Why can’t an antibiotic be prescribed?
Have you considered a 2nd opinion?
That is what life is all about.
We will do whatever we need to do to preserve and protect our loved ones.
Often times, we will do more for those we love, than for ourselves.
No matter what the cost.
It is always worth it.
In the scheme of things, it is all that really matters.
Life’s choices: Tough decisions?
Or just unconditional love?
In my longevity, I have found my answer: It is not all about me.
But it is up to me.