I Love You Guys
Posted 22 April 2012 - 12:26 AM
Posted 22 April 2012 - 12:44 AM
Whatever you decide to do, we'll all be backing you as best we can. Just give us a shout.
Now, lemme go get this dust out of my eyes...
Posted 22 April 2012 - 12:47 AM
Posted 22 April 2012 - 12:57 AM
First of all if you decide to not go with treatments and instead live with what time you have I must say I applaud you. I know a certain someone that I've held dear to me through out my life that went with treatments in an attempt to prolong her life or actually stop the cancer. She spent her days fighting till the very end and was happy with her decision but talked often of what she wish she could have accomplished in her life. It was heartbreaking to see her at that state and we tried to do as much as we could for her but at that time she didn't have the physical energy to manage because of her treatments. It definitely takes an intense amount of courage to accept what may be to come and instead live and make dreams happen in the amount of time you have. With that decision you have decided to live more in your life, however short it may be, then those who will live to 90. It's tough for someone to live their lives knowing an end to the ride may come sooner then what is justified. You may become angry and that's perfectly acceptable, I don't know anyone who wouldn't. But most people live never thinking of the inevitable and in the end we all become complacent. A simple Latin phrase has always came to mind when I've become complacent with my life, 'Memento Mori', remember your mortality. I understand that it's very hard at this point to see such a beautiful life and bright future with possibilities feel as if it's almost stolen away from you but I beg you to take this as a blessing. I hope you sincerely soak up every second of your life, stop and truly smell the roses and appreciate how simple yet complex they are because as much as we all say we do we have no idea what it really means to someone that has been shown a timetable to their lives. Fulfill your bucket list and go out there, do everything imaginably possible that you have always dreamed of doing. I and many other friends here on XC will be more then generous with our offers to help in any way possible. You see Celsi, when you joined XC you joined a very close knit family and this family will always stick together. You may not want to ask anything from us but trust me when I say this, we all want to make the world shine a bit brighter for you and will do anything we can to make that happen. Do not regret the time that may have been lost to you but instead appreciate the time you have had and use what you have to truly live your life the way you wished it to be.
Through out the time you have been here I may not have really got to know you on a very personal level but I could always tell you had that vigor in life to enjoy it to the extreme. I have always enjoyed that about you, that intense emotion and sassy attitude you brought here. As I've said before, XC will forever feel as if something is missing while you are away but in our hearts you'll live forever to those you've touched. I know a few in particular that will and already have felt the impact of the situation. Some think it's hard to believe that strangers can come together on the web and become this close but I insure you it has happened here. I hope, Celsi, that you live that life you always had dreamed of regardless of what may come in the future for you.
Sincerely With Love,
Daniel Wylde & The XC Community.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:28 AM
You always seemed like a down to earth person that was just generally nice and could get along with almost anyone. I wish you the best in your journey and I'll definately pray for your success.
Fight the good fight, give that cancer hell.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:35 AM
The above quote probably holds a bunch of truth for people, but to be honest..
I've never been much of a forum user, never will be.. I regret nothing.
So Celsi, whoever the hell you are.. Good luck with your journey, the noobs on here will always remember you I'm sure.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 02:31 AM
Funny and insightful. to be as creative as i saw you were (whether it be here only or IRL too) and then be diagnosed with Cancer is a bummer
ive Heard of this type of Cancer before and if it is *Uncurable* but you still have things you need to do before your time is up i say take the treatment just so you can experience those last few things you wanted to do in your life.
You will be Missed.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 02:47 AM
What subtle machinations, what mystery's contained within?
Eternal motion by Providence ordered and ordained,
That millennia of man's speculative work, left unexplained.
How, O Heavens, is it so? Light of Wisdom, answer now!
How above, the music of the spheres? Yet below, discordance sown?
Ancient beauty, guard well the cosmos by your pulchritudinous shell,
Penetrated and passed only by spirits from flesh unravelled.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 03:04 AM
Posted 22 April 2012 - 07:31 AM
May the path you decide to take be the best one for you.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 07:40 AM
Posted 22 April 2012 - 08:51 AM
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Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:13 PM
LOL @ THANKS
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Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:36 PM
If you don't, well that's your decision and I respect it. See you, and don't forget about us. I will drink one in your name tonight.
Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:39 PM
May you never lose that light on the path which lies ahead of you. And may the light you shared with us continue to burn brighter than the sun, always and forever.
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