I was listening to a woman on the radio who’s had cancer for 23 years. For 23 years she’s been having chemotherapy treatments. The doctors try different chemotherapy every year. So far, she’s had no luck with any of the treatments. She said that she’s learned to live with the cancer. She said, “Really, what choice do I have?” She has a very slow-moving type of cancer. She stated that she has to go on with her life and live the best life she can. She said she’s learned to live a life without fear. She’s not afraid to try anything. The cancer has given her courage.
I’m writing about this woman because it’s the way I feel. I’m not afraid to live without fear. Sometimes life throws some horrible things at us, but it also gives us something else in return. It frees us from conventional norms. We begin to live our lives without concern with what others think of us. We take a lot more chances. Chances we at one time would not have taken. Like me, for instance, if the gang stalking was not happening to me, I doubt very much that I would have become a writer. Never in my wildest dreams. And I have no fear about what I write. I don’t censor myself. So the gang stalking has made me live life without fear. What choice do I really have?
To those targets out there who live in fear, take chances. Do something you’ve always wanted to do. Don’t let the gang stalkers ruin your life. Go back to school, take a trip, start writing. Do something! Don’t let them beat you into the ground. Take back your life. Don’t let them victimize you; because if you do, they win. We can’t let the sub-humans win. What choice do you really have? Life? Victimization?
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