Nobody Here Gets Out Alive: Living with Cancer by Accepting Mortality by Wendi Saggese (6 1/2 Must-watch Minutes)
Wendi Saggese is a life coach and friend, whom I met through session work. The odds of our meeting this year were 100% – we couldn’t not meet. And of course it was just in time.
Wendi is not so different from you and me. She is labeled “terminally ill,” while most of the rest of us are terminally well. Either way, we’re all headed toward the same last roundup. What happens between now-Now and then-Now will happen without our permission or direction, as What Is unfolds spontaneously.
However, how What Is is experienced by any given unit is determined almost exclusively by where we’re looking from. When we change where we’re looking from, then what we’re looking at changes. The world will literally rise to meet the view. We can choose (or so it will feel) to view the world from Oneness, or we can go in search of it as a seeker.
Wendy has made a clear choice. Me too.
How about you?
Film by Julian Freeman
Art by Chris Nunan
June 17, 2018 @ 4:56 pm
Thanks, Fred and Wendi – such a powerful message!
June 18, 2018 @ 8:40 am
Beautiful, heartfelt, real — just like you, dear Wendi. Your strength and clarity of mind is an inspiration. Be well.
June 18, 2018 @ 5:16 pm
Amazing! I especially loved what your 16 year old said to you. Wow! Blessings.
July 1, 2018 @ 4:48 pm
A wonderful reminder, Wendi. Thank you. We are all headed there, cancer or not.