Love yourself

Life after Death: Surviving cancer

You love your parents; you love your brothers and sisters.

You love your spouse and also love your children. Though with growing age your priorities of loving changes.

But in this long journey from your childhood to the old age, you forget to love yourself.

You are always trying to please others, trying to fix things for others; parents, siblings, spouse or children or for that matter, boss for career progression or please someone. May be for your own ego boost or peers or society etc. We continue to please others and forget our own self.

Anita Moorjani who had stage IV cancer and went in to coma for about 30 hours experienced death and regained conscious to survive the dreaded disease to live cancer free life happily after that near death experience.

She writes her experience in her bestselling book “Dying to be Me” by Anita Moorjani. The book has been in the bestseller list of New York Times.

You may like to see her 30 minutes interview in this Youtube link.

About Shiv Rana

Retirement life is series of transition: from Olive Green to civvies, being woken up a buddy to fetching morning milk from the milk booth. And now trying to adjust with new-normal due to pandemic - CORONA.
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