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FORGIVENESS HEALS CANCER & SIN Col 3:12-15 ‘Health is Wealth’ and to preserve this wealth we, humans run after very many health, fitness and yoga centers. As these centers count leap, the number of sickness too arise. We hear and read about very many forms of diseases in human life, for e.g. in this instant world we hear about very many forms of cancer. The medical research says that most of the diseases today are due to psychosomatic problems i.e. illnesses are caused by ill-managed emotions, a
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  F ORGIVENESS H EALS C ANCER  & S IN   Col 3:12-15 ‘Health is Wealth’ and to preserve this wealth we, humans run after very many health,fitness and yoga centers. As these centers count leap, the number of sickness too arise. We hear and read about very many forms of diseases in human life, for e.g. in this instant world we hear about very many forms of cancer. The medical research says that most of the diseases today aredue to psychosomatic problems i.e. illnesses are caused by ill-managed emotions, and hurt feelingsof love, fear, anger, etc.Louise L. Hay, in the last chapter of her book ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ gives an outlineof her encounter with the dreaded terror, Cancer.Cancer, the very word evokes panic. The doctors held out to Louise only one hope, anoperation. But she had spent some years studying and exploring the idea that all diseases had their srcin in the mind and their cure could also be found in the mind. She believes that if an operationremoved the cancer without the mental healing; it would only come back somewhere else, andkeep coming back. But if the healing were done in the mind, the operation would not be needed.With this conviction imprinted in mind, Louise looked for an alternative way to tackle theenemy. She learned that just as ‘junky foods accumulate and create toxic body, so also junkythoughts accumulate and create toxic conditions in the mind’. With the help of a good psycho-therapist she began tackling her memories of her past, the terrific childhood. Her parents haddivorced when she was 18 months old, stepfather was a cruel man, a neighbor had raped her whenshe was five, and everyone told her that it was her fault and she was bad. One by one she took upher various memories of hurt and under an umbrella of understanding, sympathy and forgiveness, began to gather all those who had in any way caused her pain. Together with that she kept workingon her self-image. Six months after the diagnosis of cancer the doctors confirmed her belief thatevery trace of the monster had disappeared.In the light of the reading, I personally look at, cancer as that of sin in the physical andspiritual realms respectively in every human.From the life of Louise, I would like to draw your kind attention to the similarities of nature between cancer and sin. Sin is like cancer, most of the time invisible but silently working toannihilate us. Both srcinate out of our won little-little negligence eventually growing into a fatalmonster, against life. At inception, they call for attention and perpetual awareness but we don’theed to their urgency profusely and postpone. Both are in need of healing, the grace of God, andforgiveness. Since forgiveness is the eventual healer of both, I direct my focus on forgiveness.Forgiveness which is in itself a process consists of three stages; own it, bless it and use it. ‘Ownit’ means take responsibility for what has happened or realize that you have. ‘Bless it’ meanswhishing that may it become a blessing in my growth, a positive outlook, and an optimisticattitude towards it. ‘Use it’ means knowing your weakness or illness turn it into strength. St. Paul  used the same process of forgiveness in his life, when he says, “a thorn was given me in my flesh”,& “for whenever I am weak, then I am strong”. (2Cor 12:7-12).So my dear friends, We as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, should clothe ourselveswith compassion, kindness, humility, meekness and patience. Bear with one another and forgiveeach other as the Lord has forgiven us. (Col 3:12-13).Finally, my humble prayer to you is, “When you stand praying, forgive, if you haveanything against anyone.” (Mk 11:25).May God bless us and keep us hale and hearty.Deacon P. Jesuraj – Delhi Diocese
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