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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Women of Breast Cancer

The Voice

We are Survivors. Women of all backgrounds, colors, and sizes bound together with one voice, and one cause with one goal, to fight. We are sisters in this battle. We are your mothers, wives, daughters, and sisters. We are the heart and soul, and the voice that rises up from the rubble. We are the life and death, the sister hood and the warriors of breast cancer.

Can you hear our cries? Do you see our scars? Can you feel our pain? We are still here, living and breathing, scratching and clawing our way through to the surface of this thing we call cancer. A small voice alone may seem weak, and go unheard, but our voices together as one rise up strong and mighty. We will be heard, and we will be cured. If not today, if not tomorrow, then we will see it through till the end. Our voices will not die out with our deaths no they will continue to grow stronger and to live on in our children's children. In time we will find a way to insure a cure for our children's daughters daughter.

We are the women of breast cancer. Strong, mighty, bold and stubborn. We will fight till the end. We are sisters, we are friends, we are one. We will conquer and we will succeed in our cause. We will not go quietly, we will not be broken. We will be heard, we will be seen and we will live loudly in spiteof the pain. We are the voice and the soul of breast cancer, we are a sister hood of SURVIVORS!



  1. WOW...is that you?  You are GORGEOUS!  You have the most beautiful eyes I have ever seen!  And you most definitely have the face of a survivor to me!!!


  2. You Go Girl!!!!!! Shout it out LOUD!!!!!!

  3. Beautiful picture of you hon! You definately have proved Cancer can't take your spirit and beauty. (Hugs) Indigo

  4. I love the picture, and the eloquence of what you wrote.  My mother is a 17-year survivor of breast cancer.

  5. A very touching entry and you are a beautiful person inside and out. Paula

  6. Amen sista!!!
    You couldn't have said it better...never give up!
    You look beautiful in that pic =)

  7. lilpriasebaybee1May 20, 2007 at 9:35 AM

    hELLO CHRISTINA, WELCOME TO JLAND.. You are a warrior..... Blessings with love


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