World Rose Day September 22, 2020(Welfare of Cancer patients)

Changing The Way We Look At Cancer by a small girl – Rose

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World Rose Day  is marked as World Rose Day in the memory of Melinda Rose. She was from Canada.  She was diagnosed with Askin’s Tumour, a rare form of blood cancer, when she was 12. Spreading cheer and hope had become her life’s mission. 

How to breathe!

I noticed a child monk—he can’t have been more than ten years old—teaching a group of five-year-olds. He had a great aura about him, the poise and confidence of an adult.
“What are you doing?” I asked.
“We just taught their first class ever,” he said, then asked me, “What did you learn in your first day of school?”
“I started to learn the alphabet and numbers. What did they learn?”
“The first thing we teach them is how to breathe.”
“Why?” I asked.
“Because the only thing that stays with you from the moment you’re born until the moment you die is your breath. All your friends, your family, the country you live in, all of that can change. The one thing that stays with you is your breath.”
This ten-year-old monk added, “When you get stressed—what changes? Your breath. When you get angry—what changes? Your breath. We experience every emotion with the change of the breath. When you learn to navigate and manage your breath, you can navigate any situation in life.