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n June 1, 2015, Cindy Nolte’s husband was diagnosed with lung cancer at the age of 48. In


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honor of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Nolte, an author and holistic practitio- ner, shares 10 truths that she and her husband embraced through his illness:


Love deeply through whatever you are facing.


Laugh! It may sound cliché, but it really is healing. In fact, it is es- sential to get us through some of our toughest times. When you feel like you cannot laugh, that is when you need to the most!


Be in the moment. Anything less prevents us from fully appreciating exactly what we are experiencing.


Put things in perspective. Will the bad situation affect us tomorrow, next week, next month, or even next year? If we can’t change our situation at the moment, find the positive in it and choose to be grateful.


Realize that there are others who would trade places in an instant to have our bad situation over their own.


Live through the bad situation in the only way you can. Realize that life is not measured by the trips that you take, the material possessions that you accumulate or even the level of educa- tion that you achieve. Life is measured by the moments that we allow to truly touch our hearts; and we can allow that to happen anywhere, anytime.


Never underestimate the power of positive thoughts or prayers. Others


are happy to be asked to participate in your situation in a positive way.


Just because you face an obstacle does not mean that should be your only focus. Life is so much more than any obstacle that we may meet.


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Obstacles have a way of bringing us to our knees or finding strength we did not know we had. We all have inner strength if we need it. (See #7)


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With faith, all things are pos- sible. It doesn’t matter what we


believe in; just believe deeply in it and


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trust that anything is possible through it. Faith alone gives you the hope to face anything that you will encounter in life.


Cindy Nolte is the bestselling author of Finding Peace in an Out of Control World: A How-To Book on Being at Peace Regardless of What Life Throws Your Way. Contact her at 973-383- 6847 or Cindy@FreshLookOnLife.com or visit FreshLookOnLife.com.


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