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BOP’s True Religion scent will surely touch your spiritual senses with the mixture of citrus and herbal aromas giving
any women a spark in their soul. This scent is very compelling and fatal to women who dare to walk away.
An unusual man who was terrorized by many went into the forbidden forest to collect vetoed ingredients that locals
believed to have a strange effect on humans. He was alone. It was dark. He only carried a lamp with him and his bag
containing hundreds of empty tiny bottles. It took him 6 days to come back from the forbidden forest to collect the
necessary ingredients he needed to make his sacred drink. He crumbled each of the roots, leaves, flowers and
combined it with the water that he gathered from the enchanted river up in the mountains. He began pouring the
mixture into the stream of the village which is the village’s source of drinking water. As soon as they drank it, they
began to feel renewed and they began to experience the feeling of living in another dimension. Before the unusual
man realizes it, the people of the village were bowing down before him showing him respect and loyalty, calling him
their true religion.
Ribbon Color: White: Lung Cancer
Two days after my 34th birthday I woke up with a sore shoulder and arm. I didn’t think too much of it because the
pain went away quickly. After I felt a lump on my left collarbone, I mentioned it to my dad and brother because
they’re doctors. They said it was probably because I’d had a cough in the past weeks but to get an ultrasound. After
some further scans and tests, it was confirmed to be stage IV non-small cell lung cancer. I was devastated. When I
first tell someone that I have lung cancer, the first thing most people say is ‘did you smoke?’ While I think that
people have the best intentions and it’s human nature to want to find the cause of a problem, does it really matter
whether I had smoked or not?
I’m a never-smoker, but if I did smoke, even if it was just one cigarette, should I feel that somehow it’s my fault? I
want to reduce the stigma suffered by lung cancer patients and their families who are already going through so
much. I use statistics to educate people and raise awareness.
I explain that many other lifestyle choices are linked to cancer and that smoking causes other health conditions,
such as cardiovascular diseases and other cancers. I let them know that one in three women diagnosed with lung
cancer is a never-smoker such as myself. A lot of the people I’ve met with lung cancer, say they’re guarded about
their diagnosis. One carer said she didn’t tell anyone for three years that her spouse had lung cancer for fear of
being stigmatised. There needs to be a lot more compassion. I think that taking away the stigma will lead to greater
funding for research. I am feeling hopeful about my future. It’s important to me to stay in the moment and
appreciate what I have. – Lillian
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