miercuri, 10 septembrie 2014

I want to live! This was my motto all my life.
I am 45 years old and in 1989 I have finished the Romanian Military School, I have became a fire ranger, my family legacy. From that moment I have loved this job more than anything in the world.
At the 1989 Revolution I have participated in extinguishing fires and saving lives, my name being written with honor in the list with the Heroes of the Revolution.
Everything that I was doing was being done from the heart. I had no interest about the money or being praised. Never in my job, fires, water floods, or the earthquakes, I have never been afraid of the Death. God gave me so much courage that I have always been a winner.
In 20 years of work I have many diplomas and medals. They were making me happy but, at the same time, they were reflecting the passion for my job and the dedication for saving lives.
My personal life was in harmony with the military one. In 1995 I have married the person that I was in love with. After 2 years my boy was born. Everything was so beautiful.
After 6 years, from very vague reasons, I have divorced from my wife. According to the Romanian law, my boy stayed with his mother. I had my first shock from life. Before that moment my boy used to spend most of his time in the military barracks, among the soldiers, among the military trucks, eating with us, knowing the meaning of each alarm, wearing the military suit, etc. He was like a troupe boy.
Professionally everything was good. The Romanian President, Ion Iliescu, awarded me with the honor medal for special activities.
In 2009, I have made a routine control at the Ministry of Interiors’ Hospital from Bucharest because I was dealing with aggressive stomach pains. The doctors told me then that the pain came from a Non-Hodgkin malignant lymphoma.
In 14.09.2009 I have started the chemotherapy hoping that life will defeat death. As for the doctors, they told me that I have maximum 2 months of life.
God has disapproved the doctors and today I am alive even if I have made chemotherapy for almost two years, surgeries, bone marrow transplant at Fundeni Hospital, while losing the kindest person that life gave me: my mother.
At the Hematology Department, their psychiatrist was a big help to me. His advices, the daily encouragements and conciliation gave me hope and strength to fight.
The doctors considered that the background of my disease came from my emotional mood and it was accentuated by the heavy tasks of my military job, by the divorce, by the loss of my child in court and, the most important thing, by the daily stress.
I am sure that a good part of my healing comes from my faith in God. The other part comes from a group of hematologist doctors, surgeons, etc from Spitalul Universitar de Urgente Bucuresti, all of les led by a professional, my angel sent from God to heal people: The Chief of the Hematology Section, Professor Ana Maria Vladareanu. My patience and my faith, but the most important- my will to live, were those things that motivated me in each moment. Among me, I had all my family, my friends and all my neighbours.
My boy had to suffer one more time when he saw me how much I suffered and he was trying to heal my pain with his presence, with his words and with his most important will: Dad, I want to become the best handball player from Romania!
The results started to show up quickly. My boy was national champion at the Handball Academy from Baia Mare between the years 2012-2014 and he won’t stop here, he will continue playing because he has potential.
I thank God for the disease he gave me. It helped me realize the reality and it helped me realize that the most important things on earth are the family and the health. These things will come if you have God in your soul. The money, the houses, the cars aren’t valuable against the disease and none of them can help you when you are sick.
The charity is the weapon with which you can fight everything in life. Among the months spent by me in the hospital I have seen wealthy people suffering, tortured by severe illnesses but, at the end, they were all equal when facing the pain.
In those moments of sufferance my heart was talking to God and it was praying: God, please, give me another chance! Today I live, I love life, I love all the people, I love everything that God has blessed but the most important thing is that: I love God! I will help everybody that need help and that are suffering as much as I can.
I had a good collaboration with the doctors’ team from Spitalul Universitar Bucuresti, the Hematology Section, especially with their chief, Professor Doctor Ana Maria Vladareanu.
My income is not that big. I live in a small apartment with mortgage at the bank. I wish from all my heart to have friends from all the places in the world, to travel, to help all those in need and to be an example to them of: Life defeats death!
God, please listen my prayers and help me fulfill them!

There are a lot a ill people and if you can, let's help them all! It doesn't matter the country that you come from, the language that you speak, any disease of any nationality can bring sometimes death...

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