“Please quit wasting time with negative thoughts. Let your perspective change. There are so many good people all around you.”— Paul Moore
You may have heard about the 36-year-old father, Paul Moore, from Farmington, Utah, who found that what he thought were pulled muscles on the upper half of his body were actually around 40 tumors, including some on his skull.
Since his diagnosis, Moore has had six surgeries that include an entire hip replacement, along with radiation. He walks with a cane because the doctors say his hip could break at any moment from pressure.
In August, Moore was told he only had two months to live. But he refuses to let that news shake him. He says that while he thinks about death, he isn’t frightened of it. Instead, he stresses the importance of staying positive. Thank you for the lesson, Paul.
(The Paul Moore Foundation was created by four women who wanted to help ease some of the financial burden of medical bills for Paul’s struggling family. The team continues helping other terminally ill families cope. Contact them at thepaulmoorefoundation.org)