Together we can make a world where cancer no longer means living with fear, without hope, or worse.
You need fear and doubt to drive you on. Without it, you end up living in the past and being happy with what you have achieved.
I've spoken in front of members of the U.S. Congress about a new dream of living in communities where everybody is welcome and everyone can live and go to school and work without facing the fear of bullies.
But he'd learned long ago that a life lived without risks pretty much wasn't worth living. Life rewarded courage, even when that first step was taken neck-deep in fear.
Only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live.
I'm not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I'm living on.
Without hope we are lost.