He did not have any treatment for 2 months after the operation and a CT scan showed progression of the disease. I brought him to Singapore to see an Oncologist who administered a combination of interferon, chemo and a hormone drug. After 9 weeks, the CT scan shows that there are areas of dead tumor cells and no further progression. I thought I just share this with you.
There you have it. There is a lesson for me to learn and the teacher showed up, just like that. And look at the timing! This is definitely not a coincidence. I could have written a different subject matter and she could have sent the email at anytime of the day but it just happened just after I finished and updated my post! Whether I learned the lesson or not, that's another story.
I have to thank my cancer. Cancer has taught me so much for the last 32 months than my last 32 years of working life. Cancer is really show stopper, a life changer. For example money, I gave up my 5 figure salary job just like that. It no longer seem important though I still need it to fund my therapy. All these years, I was thinking about building the future. First setting lower goals and then over a period of time, exchanging smaller goals with larger ones. So I was always chasing after goals, never arriving. Buy a car by installments over 5 years and before I could finished paying off fully the car, it's time to change to another car and the process starts again. I was living in the future, always thinking and planning what to do. Even where I want to retire I would buy a property at the place so that I can retire when the time comes. My cancer has made me planless. Life changing habits. Not easy, still work in progress. Humility, coming to terms with my mortality and discovering myself. All my years of training could not prepare me for this landing. Openness, acceptance and total surrender and more receptive to spiritual instructions provides a possibility of healing.