With lots of strength to face his truth, grit to ride it out, and a bit of self-deprecation, Ting Medrano tells us about his battle against osteosarcoma in the distal ulna (bone cancer for us commoners) as a child, and the lessons death can teach about life.
WHEN THE THINGS YOU LOVE TURN FATAL…
The moment you wake up you have another shot at getting better.Ting Medrano
ACCEPTANCE AND SELF-DEPRECATION LEAD TO GRATITUDE.
Look at the fact that your life is finite, but at the same time, in those finite slots, finite moments of life, fill it with the good things.
Find a way to make those things good.Ting Medrano
A GOOD LIFE OF PURPOSE, CONTRIBUTION, AND FULFILMENT.
A good life for me is. A life not dictated by status or your bank account, I don’t want to live a life that is meant to just make money.Ting Medrano
To know more about Ting’s journey, follow him on @_architecting!
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Be brave, be kind,