Friday, November 11, 2011

Leaders Needed

I am now more focused. I went through an experience fighting cancer. I won. Everything happens for a reason. I believe I had cancer so that I can share my fight with it with others who need to know how I won.

I believe now that I am cancer free I should also share my fight to be cancer free for the rest of my life. I intend to set the direction of this blog for health and wellness.

I intend to lead others to be leaders themselves with my long journey from disaster to good health. This is the purpose given to me, a calling I should share now. I will form a new team from my peer group of cancer survivors and good friends and well wishers. Stay with me. Trust my leadership and together we shall give others a better chance to be healthy and well.
Take care
Allen Lai

I am Cancer Free

Me, I beat the cancer in my body

I have two best news to share with you.
When I was diagnosed with cancer, my Oncologist said to me “IT IS CURABLE” Last week after two years of medical treatment, I was given the best news of my life. My Oncologist said  “YOU ARE CANCER FREE”
Please rejoice with me. Share my joy.
So what do I do now ? My next line of action will have to be taking care of my battered body. I must recuperate and build up my antioxidant level.  I intend to start afresh. Join me in my new directions in the coming posts.

Thank you for reading this blog and for your sharing in my time of needs.

God bless and take care.
Allen Lai

Happy birthday Mr Das

Yesterday we had our usual bimonthly Prostrate Cancer Support Group meeting at the Subang Medical Center. We were pleasantly surprised when the birthday cake was brought out at the end of the session.
Happy Birthday and many happy returns of the day Mr Das.
We all have a third eye. Yes, close both your eyes and you can still see.
When I was diagnosed with cancer I saw darkness, death, and all things bleak. Unbelievable but very real and scary. Then I saw my family and relatives. I saw love with sadness. Then I saw my close friends. I saw pity and helplessness.
Then I met and saw Mr Das. I saw a light. I saw encouragement. I saw my mentor. Thank you Mr Das, you are a beacon extraordinary. Your leadership, dedication and passion to help others are worth our emulation. We are surviving cancer, post treatments with your guidance and knowledge. New members saw hope, focus and direction from you.
God bless you and take care.
Allen Lai