This week end I saw a movie Clouds that sent tentacles into the core of my being. This is the story of Zach Sobiech. Zach was diagnosed with a rare childhood cancer called an osteosarcoma at age 14. After many rounds of surgical interventions and chemotherapy, the tumor kept coming back. When Zach was 17, he was told that cure was not an option. It was just a matter of months before the cancer would take his life.
The movie tells the story about how this amazing teenager embraces life in the face of death.
He wrote a song Clouds to say goodbye; days after his death the song went to #1 on iTunes.
Yes, this is a difficult time for both you and your clients.
The best therapeutic offering you can bring may well be hope.
Surround yourself with hopeful people and hopeful messages. Watch the movie Clouds to see how it’s done.
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