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Out of this world

The day I was hospitalized for acute leukemia, I burst out in laughter. Not a roaring laughter, but an out of this world kind of elation and giddiness that kept me giggling while doctors and nurses poured in to conduct all sorts of tests. Continue reading “Out of this world”

Break the impossibility habit

At times, when all odds are stacked against you, clinging on to hope may be the only thing to keep you alive. But at other times, accepting fate and letting go may unexpectedly turn out to be lifesaving. Continue reading “Break the impossibility habit”

The butterfly effect

Five years ago, I was hit by a tsunami. Cancerous white blood cells were flooding my body, wreaking their silent havoc. Continue reading “The butterfly effect”

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