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Dealing With The Real Enemy Not Anger

January 11, 2015

“I’m mad, this is the second tie I have cancer, I’m mad,” said a guy in his thirties who was diagnosed with cancer in his tonsils at the Stanford Cancer Center.

I said to him, “You can’t get mad at the situation. You’re taking energy away from being mad at cancer and fighting against it. Getting mad at your situation won’t help you.”

A lesson for quite a few things is this heavily armed but sometimes indifferent world.

 

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