Fate? I’m not sure. I don’t really believe in fate.
I met with a potential client Monday looking for insight with a social media campaign to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Two days prior at 1:12 a.m. I received an email from a friend about someone close who had just passed away from Leukemia. His battle lasted less than a year. He was told his cancer had gone into remission. In November that was prognosis changed.
I believe things happen for a reason. I also believe I may not understand those reasons. (This is the bit that drives me a little batty.)
I guess you could say I’m on board with this campaign. If I pay attention to signs, and sometimes I do, I have to help. It was meant to be. Yeah, I know I don’t believe in fate.
“Every four minutes another person is diagnosed with blood cancer. Every 10 minutes, someone dies.”
Why do so many family and friends fail to keep in contact with the ones for whom they allegedly care? All too often, loved ones are taken from us and those left behind state something like "I wish I would have ….."