Chapter Eighteen


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Most of us know what cancer is. Many people probably know someone who's had it. It's actually a very general term that covers a lot of illnesses, but the basic definition is a malignant growth that spreads by devouring healthy cells. The ironic, and unsustainable, nature of cancer is that by growing so aggressively it eventually kills itself by killing its host. A healthy cell, on the other hand, does just the opposite. It grows by turning any unhealthy tissue back into healthy cells that live in harmony with its host. Malignant cells kill. Healthy cells heal. They don't grow by unmoderated consumption. They grow in balance with their environment by playing their role in the greater living organism and the more they connect with other healthy cells the more healthy their whole environment becomes.