Subjectively, but emotively speaking, those in the cancer ward may be on their last legs. This sentimental statement is also generalized. It is done deliberately to motivate the case for inspiring cancer patients as far and wide and as often as possible. There are many cancer patients across the world who, now bed-ridden, are terminally ill. This means that there is no cure for their affliction or they applied for medical care far too late in their lives.
But what about the little children, many of them leukemia sufferers, through no fault of their own? How does one lift them out of their fear and give them hope for the future when on the surface it appears that these fragile souls, like their much older peers, may have to prepare themselves for what remains for many, the unknown afterlife. A good motivational tool for all cancer sufferers, whether terminally ill or curable, is the listening to or reading of genre-specific inspirational books for cancer patients.
In this instance, the onus will be on those who are near relatives or the closest of friends to supply the inspirational material. After all, cancer patients in general will be lacking the physical and mental abilities to seek out inspirational material to help them cope with their life-threatening and often scary illnesses. The most resilient of cancer sufferers, young or old, in hospice care or at home, could well be reaching for their tablets for a source of inspiration and expert guidance on how to cope, heal, survive and/or prepare.
Thanks to these motivational tools, often prepared through expertise and experience, not one single cancer patient, no matter his or her stage, needs to be preoccupied with the negative perceptions and outcomes.