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This week’s Human Being Of The Week are three boys out of the United Kingdom. Devonte Cafferkey, 13, and Sammy Farah, 14, and Shawn Young, 12, are responsible for saving a man from committing suicide.

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  1. Human Being of the Week, Jearlean Taylor My life has proven to be a journey of unexpected challenges. I was diagnosed with a rare form of vaginal cancer (Rhabdomysarcoma or RMS) at 3 years old. I was cancer-free a year after my diagnosis, but left with permanent ostomy (bags), which aids my bladder and bowel functions, which cause me to wear ostomy bags for the rest of my life. I spent age 3-12 years old at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in NY. I found it hard, embarrassing, and painful to be “different”. I suffered with low self-esteem, pity, and unhappiness, and even suicidal thoughts. Through my journey and faith, I discovered who I could be in spite of my medical circumstances. My insecurities did not change overnight, but I learned to be a survivor. We have the ability to make a difference, to change lives, be role model, and be all that we can be from our life experiences. It is blessing to have my desires and passions come true. I have been a fashion model for over 18 years, yes with two ostomy bags. To see the outer appearance no one could ever tell I live with these adversities. My ostomy “bags” do not define me. I am helping cancer survivors, inspiring ostomy patients, motivating fashion models, and encouraging those suffering with low self-esteem. I used to say, why me?’ why cancer, why ostomy bags? Now I say, ‘why not me?’ Just because you have difficulties in life doesn’t mean you can’t make it.
    “Live your life on purpose with a purpose for a purpose”

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