The Writings of Ahava Emunah Lange: Progression

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In honor of my wife’s memory, and to help continue her amazing legacy, I will be republishing over the next few months some of her writings, which not only give an insight into how amazing she was, but really helped inspire so many people around the world.

My plan is to also publish her writings in a book, along with testimonials from those who were somehow inspired or helped by her (whether by her writings or good deeds). If that includes you, please send your experiences to me at israellycool-at-yahoo-dot-com.


Progression

First published Mar 4th 2014



Progression. I’ve always had this wonderful definition in my life.  I progressed from childhood to adulthood. I made great progress with the choices that I made. My successes and my failures have been a blessing. Progression. We encourage our children to progress at every stage of development. We hope and we pray for progress in every avenue of our lives. Progression financially, progression with the peace process, progression with projects… hey, I’m always relieved when there’s progression of movement on the roads… especially in rush hour traffic! Progress, progression… it’s always good stuff!  Passing successively from one member of a series to the next; succession; sequence. You can have progression in any situation! Usually when I think of progress or progression, it’s obviously in the positive sense. There’s no direction but forward in life. Look back occasionally, check your rear-view mirrors but ALWAYS keep your focus on moving forward… keep your eyes on those rear-view mirrors for too long and you are going to crash.

Why am I meditating on this word, Progression?!

What about progression in treatment? And progression of disease….. 

The cancer seems to want to move forward right along with me. I have progression of disease. Not ordinary or small progression. I do things BIG. So my cancer progression is not getting stuck in rush hour traffic or waiting for my mice.

In the meantime, I’m not waiting around either… I’m continuing my #happylanche. I can either keep moving forward or I can get caught up in the misery of this terrible news that the cancer is spreading and progressing. Music and dancing have fabulous powers. So does laughing. When I sing or dance not only do I laugh but everyone around me does too (you haven’t seen me dance or heard me sing if ya don’t know what I mean 🙂

THIS is progression of happiness:

And this is another great version filmed in Tel Aviv-Yafo ISRAEL

Please join my #happylanche by using the hashtag  #happylanche on Facebook and Twitter. It does make me happy!

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An Aussie immigrant to Israel, David Lange is founder and managing editor of Israellycool. He is a happy family man, and a lover of steak, Australian sports and single malt whisky.