‘Wish’ is a verb and a noun

Don | Physician |

Wish is a verb and a noun, an action in some instances and something tangible in others. Sometimes, I think of wishes as unrealistic – a fantasy that could not come true. However, as I get older I realize that wishes and wishing represent hope. And, I believe, one never should abandon hope, no matter what the circumstance.

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  1. I am a 17 yr Inflammatory breast cancer survivor, with recent re-occurrence. I’m currently on my 9th different treatment ranging from aromatase inhibitors to taxol IV. I am hoping that the taxol will work because I have growing tumors in my liver and a new lesion on my spine. Life is so precious to me that I want to live for a while!!

    Mariette | | 11:20am

  2. My biggest wish is I can avoid a reoccurance. Avoid dying the same way my Mom and Grandmother died. A wish to be a whole lot smarter living my life. Not wasting time and energy on people or things that don’t warrant it. A wish that I get to see people enjoying more, suffering or struggling less. A wish to be able to give back and make a difference. A wish to always be value added no matter what the situation may be.

    M | | 5:54pm

  3. Mariette, Thoughts and prayers with you along with wishes your new treatment gets the job done and gives you the time and peace you are wishing for. Take Care and sending healing thoughts your way.

    M | | 6:08pm

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