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A new Beginning; the last Monday of August,

When one door closes and another opens, it can bring a lot of promise along. Sure, you might be nervous about whatever is to come, but it's time to take stock of what you're leaving behind and then look ahead.

Take a moment to ponder about gratitude and think some happy thoughts about all the things you have experienced. Tally the lessons learned and think about how you can apply them to the new and exciting things to come. So, lets make today and tomorrow the first day of September a new start with joy and peace in your heart.

After every dark night, there’s a bright sunny morning and alike that after every bad phase or experience there’s a new and positive beginning for something great coming our way. We need to be cautious of going ahead and following up with such great updates regarding the new ventures with positivity that you’ll surely get after going through a new beginning.

Everything in life starts as a seed, a relationship, a marriage, business, church and nothing happens until the seed is planted.

Dan and I were very fortunate three years ago to be invited to the Cancer Control Society Convention, which so happened to be the first week of September.

Dan and I had gone around to the vendors and spoke with them about their products or services. At that time, I had gathered pamphlets, along with information regarding to help prevent or manage cancer. In the coming blogs, I will be sharing this information with you. Its amazing what you will learn, so keep following these blogs. I’m excited in sharing!!

As I continue to blog this month, a new beginning is the topic for the mini videos that are posted on my YouTube, along with information from the convention.

One important detail that Dan and I learned from managing our cancer is that not one treatment or supplement is going cure your disease. It’s a multitude of treatments or supplements that will guard through cancer. We also have to understand that cancer just did not happen overnight, so it is not just going to puff; just go away.

First, let’s start by introducing where it all originated from and why it was so important to Dan and I. The history of Cancer Control Society. This program started in 1959. Cecile Hoffman, an English schoolteacher in San Diego, California, was told that the radial mastectomy recently preformed on her body had eliminated all the cancer. Just a reminder, this happened a year after I was born 61 years ago and as of today really nothing here in the states as far as treatments have changed.

Here is her story- the often-heard expression is that the surgeon “got it all.” Three years later, when symptoms from the inevitable metastases surfaced, our heroine was informed that the disease had spread so much that no further treatment was possible. In fact, her death was prophesied to occur within a matter of months.

This is like so many stories that Dan and I have come across. This is why, this series is so important for you the readers to see and research.

In March 1963, her husband happened upon a copy of Laetrile Control for Cancer, by Clen Kittler. Being a chemist, he read the book with great interest. The science described in the book made sense to him. This led him to speak with Dr. E.T. Kerbs Jr. and eventually to the McNaughton Foundation in Montreal, Canada, where she was taken there in May 1963.

Cecile Hoffman did not die as prophesied. She started to recover; however, when Cecile had returned to San Diego, her family doctor was advised by his attorney not to treat her with laetrile, because it was not approved by the government.

Its funny, for it is still in 2020 not FDA approved and not illegal in the United states. Ten years ago, when I was treated in Tijuana, Mexico this was one of the treatments. A matter of fact, two weeks ago Dan was treated for his prostate and our doctor gave him the laetrile IV’s.


Good morning Monday ☀️ last day of August 🌻 a new beginning🌻If a dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick up one of these pieces up and begin again☕

Hoffman’s personal success and desire to help others led to organize the International Association of Cancer Victims and Friends in July 1963. As news spread throughout the United States, many local chapters were formed. The Los Angeles chapter soon became one of the largest and most active in 1965. It was that core which became the Cancer Control Society in 1973.

The society is incorporated as a nonprofit, charitable organization to provide information about complementary and alternative therapies. There are many more nonprofit organizations today that provide information and prevention.

This will be a start of a series of information that we took from the convention in 2017.

“The secret to a rich life is to have more beginnings than endings.”


Broccoli – Cauliflower rice bowl with a cucumber salad. Lazy day at a Sherry's

INGREDIENTS: olive oil, rice, broccoli, cauliflower, onion, mushrooms, tomatoes, almond slices and spices.


1. Prepare the rice, follow the instruction that is on the box or bag. Secret, you can make the night before and just put in the refrigerator until needed. If not boil some water and add rice. Keep watch until almost tender.

2. Then simmer until the veggies are done.

3. Next, put some olive oil in a pan; add chopped and slices of onion, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, almond slices and tomatoes.

4. Saute until soft, add the rice into the cooked veggies – this is where you would add your spices.

5. If needed add some more olive oil to make moist.

Complete, just add into bowls– Bon Appetite

Until tomorrow, remember nothing is predestined. The obstacles of your past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings. Let’s start this week with new opportunities with fresh ideas.


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