Bad enough...

I struggle with the idea of “did I have it bad enough” to have something worthy to say or reflect upon, as if this is a race and only the top three can be considered winners. Most people do not die from cancer, and neither did I, some certainly “had it worse” and some “had it better” if we were to use those terms, but here is the thing…. I had it. I had an experience that altered the way I think and how I want to share my life. Maybe thatis the “bad enough” part. I had it bad enough to be awakened and chose to take insight and experience cancer as friend rather than foe. I chose to use this unexpected event to my advantage. Wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have to “hit rock bottom” or ha