A Childhood Cancer Survivor Blogging about the World of Childhood Cancer

What in the World? Simple.

Grace: A Child's Intimate Journey Through Cancer and Recovery

I think about what in the world I am supposed to be doing in this world.

The answer comes to me as plain and simple:

I am here to give glory and honor to God by loving and blessing others.

In this age where life is becoming more and more complex, I suggest we simplify… beginning with, “God is Love,” and “Love is God.”

Our world would have no reason to fight for “Religious Reasons.” There would be no such thing as “believing in God or not believing in God,” because we all have love inside us.


God is love.

1 John 4:8

Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.


So, Miss Melinda Philosopher of the Day, what are you going to do with your love?

I will begin by getting on my knees to give thanks for all the love inside me and for every single person who has given me love. I promise to not waste it; I promise to give it away.

Khadi and I made a friend outside Boston Children's Hospital!


I see September on the horizon. My “supposed to be doing” is obvious.

I need to tell everyone that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and get every corporation, business, organization and individual “On Board” for raising money for a cure for pediatric cancer.



Have you signed this petition?


Braden’s Hope Foundation asks us to keep Harley Combs in our thoughts and prayers.






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