Laughter with Cancer
Sep 15, 2017 13:50:17

When your friend makes you laugh on your low days.

Missing you Kye πŸ™‚

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 15, 2017 07:04:25

Bouncing up from adversity

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 15, 2017 03:49:50

πŸ”ΈDon’t let your life circumstances,
circumcised your happiness.πŸ”Έ

Two years ago, I was fighting for my life.

My body was weary but my spirit has shown me glory.

I have lost many friends to cancer and have met many more who are grateful to be alive.

Having a second chance at life, I am now on a mission to make this world a happier place.

Sometimes, we got dealt a bad card. Unsupportive family, got bullied at school, getting into the wrong crowds, horrible workplace, unfortunate accidents, got diagnosed with cancer…and the list doesn’t end.

We can spend our life, sitting and talking about how bad those cards are or stand up and take a chance at life.

Have the courage to take another card and never give up.

Be the person who refuse to settle with a bad card.

Because life is not about the cards you dealt with but how you deal with it that makes all the difference.

This is what resilience made of.

I’ll be running resilience workshop next Tuesday.

Let’s hug and get the world happy.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/resilience-turning-crappy-into-happy-tickets-37338828441

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 15, 2017 01:37:24

Inspiring words Love Your Sister.

Thank you Connie

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 15, 2017 01:18:37

For those who want to come and show love for Connie.

Honestly, I don’t know if I could take attending 2 funerals in a week for my friends who have battled with cancer.

Connie and Sam has done so much that it’s only apt to thank and hug the Love Your Sister villagers who make a difference for those going through cancer.

I hope I get to hug Sam and Mel Yeates for the amazing work they have done.

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 14, 2017 13:20:39

Hugging it out at Chisholm Institute

I’m missing out heaps of undocumented hugs when we do hug rounds.

The best part of presentating is when people line up to have a hug with you.

Starting conversations is important.

Creating genuine connection is even more.

In the time of digital technology, we become closer online and further apart offline.

Hugs brings people closer even when you don’t speak their language. It’s often the best way to say,”I’m here for you and I care.”

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 14, 2017 12:55:09

Day 863: THE IMPORTANCE OF WELL BEING / R U OK Day

Meet Corey, the man who orchestrated the Wellbeing / R U OK Day at Chisholm Institute.

Thank you Corey for the opportunity to spread happiness. Isn’t funny how universe works? I’m glad you decided to come to my presentation at the staffs conference or else we wouldn’t have met. What a shame would that be?

Though, I believe like attracts like. I know eventually we will cross path. Meeting people with a good heart and will to make a difference for others always makes my heart light up with joy.

I love your message that we have the responsibility to make a difference.

If just one person become happier that would be grand as happiness is contagious. But I know many would go home and be inspired to be happier in the here and now.

There was one girl that told me after the presentation that her best friends passed away from cancer and she hasn’t been able to talk about it. She appreciated hearing my story, that she finally able to talk about it.

Have the courage to speak up and reach out.

Have the compassion to care and listen.

Be slow to judge and quick to help.

A conversation can change life.

#ruokday #ruokayday

14.09.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Sep 14, 2017 09:45:48

Day 863: R U OK Day

Conversation with beautiful Tess and Sally from youth services

14.09.17

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