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Nurturing Your Spirit

by Walter V. Moczynski, DMin

Living with cancer can be challenging. But the cancer journey can also be a time to explore new ways to nurture your spirit and find inner peace, courage, meaning, community, hope, and a broader view of life. For many people, spirituality is an important part of coping that brings a sense of wholeness and well-being in the midst of illness.

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Thriving Through Your Healing Journey

by Steven Spidell, DMin, BCC

Thriving with cancer, not just surviving, is becoming the goal of many cancer survivors. While accessing spiritual resources has mostly been an individual pursuit, help is coming from an unexpected source: the rapid rise of integrative and complementary medical approaches within the healthcare system.

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Finding Meaning through the Cancer Journey

by Larry S. Cockerel

Everyone hopes to discover the meaning of life. What is your mission, your purpose, and your meaning for the life you have been gifted? We all search daily for the answers. We pray, read, seek guidance, and even travel the world searching for meaning.

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Oncology On Canvassm Invites People Touched by Cancer to Submit Their Artwork and Narratives

Lilly Oncology and the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship have launched the 2012 Oncology On Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey Art Competition and Exhibition, inviting people diagnosed with any type of cancer – as well as their families, friends, caregivers, and healthcare providers – to express through art and narrative the life-affirming changes that give their cancer journeys meaning.

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The Role of Spirituality in Cancer Care

The terms spirituality and religion are often used in place of each other, but for many people they have different meanings. Religion may be defined as a specific set of beliefs and practices, usually within an organized group. Spirituality may be defined as an individual’s sense of peace, purpose, and connection to others and beliefs about the meaning of life. People may think of themselves as spiritual or religious, or both.

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A Letter To Jesus

by John Ward

Dear Jesus, I’m sending this letter to You because I’ve been thinking a lot about heaven lately, and I didn’t know where else to send it. I heard that You once said that we are never alone, and that You are always with us, so I believe that You will get this message.

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Cancer as a Spiritual Journey

by Anne Coscarelli, PhD, and Michael Eselun

Cancer is a traumatic life event that is often marked by crisis and loss, but also by the possibility of deep spiritual growth and discovery. It is important for people with cancer and family members to have a variety of tools and resources to help manage the challenges that come. Every physical effect of cancer and its treatment also comes with spiritual and psychological consequences.

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The Resilient, Adaptable Human Spirit

by Tamara Barto

The dictionary defines “resilience” as the ability to recover rapidly. Although you may not feel like you’ve actually recovered, you will somehow adapt to your changing circumstances. There is nothing like a serious illness or loss to change your “normal” life. Little by little, you will find that a “new normal” evolves.

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