Diabetic Cyborg Life 4/16: Interfaith Hope & Clarity, Part 21

Adam, Diabetic Cyborg
Apr 16 · 2 min read

Cancer is stopping or has or stopped most vital organs inside her body, yet the heart still slowly beats, and the will is there. Mom is living well beyond most predictions by medical professionals. She will be stubborn as she was in life in her passing on.

We inherited that drive to defy all odds and overseers of the situations we’ve met thus far. Her passing as we all three reach the precipice of middle age can remind us of the limited time we have here. Just go, do, fail and regroup and try again is the lesson plan Mom followed in life and we’ve tried to follow at all points.

I just can’t express enough the pains of losing both parents to natural, yet not so logical causes. A father that could’ve not even escaped childhood because of rheumatic fever. The ball and cage that replaced a heart valve then failed when I was 2 months old.

Now, Ovarian Cancer striking Mother in her seventies, as we had no clue of the idea she might have or could die of any cancers. No family history only screams environmental causes.

We have no clue how or when she was exposed to whatever caused it, and likely never know.

… TBC

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