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Inspiring words about what cancer cannot do


Flowers are a source of inspiration for cancer survivors.

The importance of inspiring words

In the face of a cancer diagnosis, finding inspiration and hope can be a powerful tool for navigating the challenging journey that lies ahead. One such source of inspiration is the poignant and uplifting poem, "Cancer Is So Limited," written by Robert L. Lynn. This poem beautifully captures the resilience and strength of individuals facing cancer, reminding us that there is more to life than the disease itself.

Lynn's poem encourages us to embrace life and appreciate its beauty despite the challenges posed by cancer. It reminds us that every day is a precious gift, urging us to live each moment to the fullest and cherish the relationships and experiences that bring us joy and meaning.

Let Lynn's words be a source of strength, motivation, and solace as you navigate your own cancer journey. Remember that you are not alone, and there is a community of support ready to walk alongside you. Draw inspiration from the poem, and let it guide you in embracing life, finding joy in the small moments, and holding onto hope.


Things cancer cannot do



They’ve sentenced you with invisible cells that

embed themselves deep in body recesses and multiply:

lymphatic assault on vital functions.

Can cancer conquer you?

I doubt it, for the strengths I see in you have

nothing to do with cells and blood and muscle.

For cancer is so limited---

It cannot cripple love.

It cannot shatter hope.

It cannot corrode faith.

It cannot eat away peace.

It cannot destroy confidence.

It cannot kill friendship.

It cannot shut out memories.

It cannot silence courage.

It cannot invade the soul.

It cannot reduce eternal life.

It cannot quench the spirit.

It cannot cancel Resurrection.

Can cancer conquer you?

I doubt it, for the strengths I see in you have

nothing to do with cells and blood and muscle.


 

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