I WILL SURVIVE

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In February 2012, I was diagnosed with two cancers of the blood: Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and Stage 3 Multiple Myeloma. 3 years later, in December, 2015, I got breast cancer: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.
This website, which includes my blog, my podcast, my videos, my book, and other services that I provide, is an attempt to share my journey with you from a place of vulnerability – – my fears, my hopes and the countless blessings along the way. I hope that my experiences will give you the courage and optimism to battle through your own difficulties and challenges.
Like the Mighty Oak Tree whose leaves and branches are constantly tested by the wind, these cancers have tested my strength beyond measure. With your continued prayers and support, and with God’s grace, I will embrace this journey – and all its learnings and blessings – with hope and love.
– Munira

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FOLD selects Choosing Hope for their September Challenge

The Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) is Canada’s first festival for diverse authors and storytellers. Each year, the FOLD’s Reading Challenge encourages booklovers to diversify …

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The Weekend to Conquer Cancer

September 12, 2021 – This morning started a bit tough.  I woke up sluggish, with every bone in my body aching.  Nagib brought me 2 …

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Double Blessings!

Double Blessings! Ever since we found out in October 2020 that Sabrina and Afzal were having a baby, our hearts swelled and we felt a …

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Choosing Hope: Living Courageously Through Adversity Season 2

It was with much trepidation that I embarked on my journey to become a podcast host during the COVID pandemic. I pored through materials, took …

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#ChoosingHopeChallenge

I invite you to participate in the #ChoosingHopeChallenge. What were you grateful for in 2020? What are you hopeful for in 2021?

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I Had a Coffee Date with THE Ali Velshi!

It was an improbable item on my 50 Things wish list: A coffee date with Ali Velshi, the renowned news journalist and anchor at MSNBC.

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Cottage Day: The 5 Love Languages

Cottage Day Each year, my family and I come together in December and have, what we term, a “cottage day” (minus the cottage).  This is when we take …

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50 Things …

I had the pleasure of welcoming to my podcast, Choosing Hope: Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things, a woman with an enthralling story, Martha Southgate.  Martha …

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