With time, leaves change color.… If a snowstorm of an early winter suddenly comes along, what will happen to these variegated beautiful leaves? Will they still hang on, or will they fall off? What kinds of leaves will hang on, and why will they be able to? What kinds of leaves will fall off, and why will they do so? Generally, they should all fall off, but in reality, a few of them unwaveringly remain unshed by the tree branches….
If we are those leaves, and the snowstorm is cancer, how will we react, and what are we thinking when we are diagnosed with deadly cancer? Who among us will overcome cancer, and why will we be able to? Who among us will be defeated by cancer, and why will we be? Typically, advanced medicines and modern equipments could treat most deadly sicknesses nowadays, but the veracity is almost the complete opposite for lethal cancer.
Commonly yet characteristically, how are cancerous tumors created to begin with? How can we prevent ourselves from high risks of having cancer? How can we help ourselves fight against fatal cancer? Is cancer actually the untreatable illness? Can cancerous cells be reversibly transformed?
This book will provide insight into the most promising way that its listeners can protect themselves not only from cancer but also from most other threatening illnesses once and for all.…
©2011 Poven Leace (P)2014 Poven Leace
Everyone should read (listen)
1. I like the logical tone of the book and its content so much that I couldn't help, but listen to it over and over again. 2. It seems to me that the narrator (Josh Goodman) is also interested in the book's contents. This important factor explains why he can easily attract the attention of his listeners. His voice is clear, and his expressive tone sounds as if he is in a conversation with not only the authors but also the audiences. 3. I would recommend The Resolve to Transform Cancer to all my friends who are struggling with sickness or miserable.
Unreservedly recommend it to everyone. All messages communicated through short stories in this book are practically useful and realistically helpful. They all caught me by complete surprise.
Simple but well thought-out.
Not really. Josh's narration was clear and expressive. Extra pauses and slow pace make it easy for Josh to grab and hold his audience's attention.
This book truly jolts me back to reality. It neither makes me laugh nor cry, but it makes me feel as if I just wake up from a long, delusional dream. I honestly do not realize that I have inadvertently subjected my body to physical anguish and my mind to emotional distress all along.
This book is useful for both, the healthy and unhealthy people. Everyone can benefit from it.
Take back self-control!
Each character in every short story gives me a valuable lesson. Together, they give me the confidence and the determination to reclaim my life.
The physician in section 9 of chapter 1. The encouragement, the comfort, and the confidence he gave his cancer patient have made me wash my face with tears. His words were really simple but extremely effective. His noble action was very subtle but tremendously powerful.
Many feelings of surprise and shock, as a matter of fact. Just to name a few, i.e., "A simple thought and a simple feeling can spontaneously trigger sixty thousand billion healthy cells at the same time"; "Mind creates everthing"; and "We are the only one who can destroy ourselves and can save ourselves"; etc. The logics make perfect sense. With routine feelings we experience during the day, we can clearly and vividly prove the validity of all logics to ourselves.
Give yourself a real treat with these eye-opening stories.
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