"Empathy is one of the most important human factors."
1) What appealed to you about the FUCK CANCER project and why are you putting your energy into it?
I don't think of it that way, I take it as an automatic thing. I'm going to go help, and even if it takes that much energy, I'm going to do it. So there are people who give energy to survive, but this is not energy for me, this is a given for me.
2) What does the term FUCK CANCER mean or express to you?
Not accepting defeat and fighting to the last breath.
3) Can you imagine who you are fighting for here as a "SOLDIER"?
I, as a Soldier, am fighting for everyone here, it affects us all. It's a collective thing. It's a collective effort, we should all be working on it. We should all be the "soldier" who should be fighting.
4) What would you say to someone who says they find the phrase "FUCK CANCER" vulgar?
I'd tell him I think he's vulgar if he thinks of it that way. I think it's vulgar for anyone who doesn't dedicate themselves to helping someone. I find it vulgar when someone doesn't pay attention to others.
Soldiers & Heroes
"This experience changes everything, closes one door called plans and opens a whole new world - a hospital world."
"It's good to ask the patient straight out what they're going through, what's going on, rather than having an awkward silence."
"It's easy enough these days to just surround yourself with carefree fun. Living in a bubble of positivity and good feelings."
"I will be undergoing treatment for the rest of my life, but that doesn't mean I have to sit at home on my ass. I want to enjoy life, not just survive."
"These people need tremendous support, and not just from me, not just from you, but from everyone."
"Fuck Cancer for me is a clear answer to this disease, which is definitely not easy."
"The world is just an echo, what I put into it will come back to me, be it positive or destructive."