Myxofibrosarcoma (MFS) is a malignant fibroblastic/myofibroblastic neoplasm with the prominent myxoid area. It has the clinical features of frequent local recurrence and occasional distant metastasis. Morphologically, MFS is occasionally difficult to distinguish from undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma (UPS), especially in the case of high-grade MFS.

Cancer-free. That’s a good feeling. But can one ever really be cancer-free again? Whatever caused those cells to go sideways and start working for the enemy might still be there. Even after five years of “remission” (after chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and multiple surgeries), it might come back. What can one do?

You know, it’s the same with communism and all the other “-isms” that put material things above people. All they do is warp, starve, and destroy; but they keep coming back. What can one do?

Live. But find the right way to live. Help yourself by helping others. Eschew hate for love. Be grateful and you can’t be hateful.

Live. Not “for the moment” but for eternity. We already know the best things in life are “unseen”. Don’t try to be the one who “gained the whole world but lost his soul.” Remember, “The one who dies with the most toys” doesn’t really “win”; they just have more to answer for at the final judgement. Don’t be like that.

Live free.