We are all different. What may work for some might not work for others.

How to Discover and Embrace Your Body's Natural Ability to Maintain and Heal Itself

Never never never give up.

I am not a 2003 BMW 323, 6 cylinder, off of production line in Munich from the 2839 batch on October 29, 2002. I am unique. I have no serial number, I have no instruction manual.

[box type=”info”]I’m collecting positive, uplifting, and uncommon stories to send to my dad as often as I find them. This is a fundamental one. [/box]

The quote below is from Dr. Andrew Weil’s Spontaneous Healing (location 352). It gives hope because we’re all different. What may have worked for someone else might not work for you–but the opposite is true: what ends up working for you might not have worked for someone else.

  • Cup half full: there is a path to my healing.
  • Cup half empty: I’ll forever search since I’m different.

I’m a cup half full kind of guy. In fact, it’s more than half full. Am I willing to be patient? Try anything? Try everything? Just keep going? Yes.

[quote]What reserves of healing power did Kristin draw on to reactivate her bone marrow, neutralize whatever was the original cause of the disease, and undo the toxic effects of invasive treatment? I am fascinated by her unwavering confidence through her ordeal. “I always believed there was a way to live,” she told me. “I just had to find it in time. That belief and the search fueled my undying optimism and made me an active participant in the healing process.” And what would she tell others facing grave medical crises? “There may be different ways to healing for different people,” she says, “but there is always a way. Keep searching![/quote]

  • Possible: try and give up.
  • Impossible: don’t try at all.
  • Repossible: try and try and try and be patient.