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Hi, Bad news
August 04, 2016
Successful Business and Motivational Stories

It has been a while since I emailed you.

The reason is twofold.

Bad news hits you like lightning sometimes and you react and cope the best you can while living in the moment.

Here's what happened.

First, my wife had an ovarian hysterectomy and was bedridden for a month. After breast cancer, ovarian cancer is sometimes a side effect but in our case (my wife and I are a team bonded with love), praise the Lord it was negative. Believe me, it takes its toll and wears you down. Today, she is doing well and we enjoy every life experience together.

Second, my brother was diagnosed with prostate cancer January 2015. He got radiation and chemotherapy. Then in January 2016 he had influenza and was dying. He miraculously healed from influenza but cancer came back with a vengeance.

The doctors could not heal him and he was given 2 weeks to 2 months. What a blow to his wife and our families.

I had the privilege to accompany him on his journey to eternal life. It was not easy.

Sixty days out of 120 days in hospitals sucks all the energy out of you. I had to rest myself after seeing him for 2 hours every second day. He was in pain and bedridden 24 hours a day for 120 days.

Reality hits you like a brick on your forehead.

You get a medical exam right away for genetic markers.

You question life.

You remember the good, the bad and the ugly.

You reconcile.

You meet with friends and family.

You talk about love, relationship and forgiveness.

Life stands still while traveling back and forth to hospitals (because he was moved 4 times from one institution to another).

He died June 22, 2016, at 13:30 EST.

I loved my brother and I understand his life journey. It's not easy when you are brought up in a dysfunctional family. When you suffer from social anxiety, social isolation (my brother was an electrical engineer and a genius), foetal alcohol syndrome and obesity.

We had a beautiful service and today he is in heaven.

God is taking care of him. I know for sure.

Now you know the story of what has happened to me the last 2 years.

I was writing and producing a new program I hope to offer you.

Slowly but surely I am building my new Subliminal Brain Processing program to help people stay healthy, lose weight and feel energetic.

I hope you'll stay tuned to my emails and read my updates soon.

Remember to say I Love You to your family and friends even if it sounds corny because life is finite on earth but infinite in heaven.

I love you.

- Pierre Provost
2475 Orient Park Drive
Ottawa, Canada K1B 4N2

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