Tuesday, April 7, 2015

"The Quest for the Cures" Update

If you're watching or planning to watch this series, I've just discovered that most episodes are available on a very limited time basis -- looks like for that day only.  I didn't realize this and put off watching them for the weekend.  Episode 8 (http://thetruthaboutcancer.com/spring15/episode8/) is available today, and they plan to have episodes 1(http://thetruthaboutcancer.com/spring15/episode1/) and 2 (http://thetruthaboutcancer.com/spring15/episode2/) available until the end of the series.  It seems to be available for purchase for a reasonable price -- something to consider for the future or if you want to see the episodes you missed.

Friday, April 3, 2015

The Truth About Cancer

I've just stumbled upon what may prove a very useful source of information, and I thought I would share it while it is available.  There is a documentary mini-series being released this week by a man named Ty Bollinger, titled The Quest for The Cures...Continues.  Many of the nation's top doctors and researchers, as well as many survivors are interviewed concerning their unconventional views on treating cancer using 100% natural therapies.  

After losing 7 immediate family members, including his father and mother, Mr. Bollinger began a quest to secure information on both treating and preventing cancer.  

The 11-part series will be broadcast online (for free) from March 30th - April 9thClick here to watch the trailer and for access to the FREE docu-series.  It was very easy to sign up.  After April 9th, I am assuming, though I don't know, that it will not be available for free and must be purchased.  

I have only found this information this afternoon, and haven't yet viewed the first episode, but having lost my Dad to conventional cancer therapies several years ago, I have had an active interest in alternative methods of preventing and treating cancer for some time.  I'm eager to see what is presented here.  

If you like what you see, please share the information and links.  

Sunday, November 30, 2014

What Do You Do?

What do you do when you hear the news that your friend's kid sister, whom you've known nearly all you life, has been stricken with chronic illness; that she will probably live with extreme medical intervention for the rest of her life; that she is depressed and fearful?  Do you pray and hope for the best?  Do you add to the litany of well-meant advice? Do you try to gloss over it and put it out of your mind because there is so much sadness in your world already? 

Or do you finally decide that maybe your children are right.  Those pesky adult children, who have been after you for years to author your own blog, featuring all the snippets about how to be healthy, wealthy, and wise that you have tried to teach them all their lives.  Those humble children who are starting their own lives apart from you, yet, remarkably, have returned to you again and again for knowledge and reinforcement.  Those compassionate children who want to share with the those around them - their friends, their business associates, their newly added loved ones - what they have apparently learned from you (even though you didn't think they were listening, or were sometimes even dragged into knowledge by their heels, kicking and fighting). 

Even though you feel you have nothing to say that half-a-dozen bloggers you read couldn't and haven't said far more clearly and eloquently, maybe they're right.  Even though you have challenges with your own health because you sometimes lack the motivation to follow your own advice, maybe you still can make a difference in the lives of others as you learn together and encourage one another.  Maybe being in print and available to the general public somehow makes the information they are trying to pass on more legitimate - sort of an online family reference source, if you will.  Maybe there just need to be more voices speaking in agreement to make common-sense healthy living more mainstream. Maybe the Lord has blessed you with this ministry and has been waiting patiently for you accept the challenge.  Maybe you can make a difference after all.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

James 1:5

If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.