” suicide is painless it brings on many changes and I can take or leave it if I please…” lyric Mike Altman

This is a 30 second video I made using Animoto’s free online software for #InspireNigeriaProject…Inspire Nigeria Project welcomes your own videos about how to convince someone not to commit suicide…Just put in the hashtag #InspireNigeriaProject next to the link to your film short, in Twitter comment…

Mine is called “A Mother’s Love” (which is the title of the music in the background also…)

A Mother's Love...


(Biography chatter:from my Author Central page on Amazon-Grove Health Science is a series of 12 books now!) Hi...I'm Sari Grove...Sari sounds like Mary...Grove is the last name I took from my husband, 'cause it is a really nice name, & he was very very good looking, & I married him, & my maiden name, the name I grew up with, was "Slatt", which could be turned into all sorts of unfortunate words, which is why when I was looking for a mate, I sought someone with a cool last name...(I cannot tell you how many totally worthy men I had to ignore due to their last names being unmelodic or otherwise unsuitable...) Grove Canada is a pen name, mostly because when I needed a web address, I could not get Grove.com or even grove.ca, so I just got GroveCanada, due to a serious lack of imagination in that moment...It stuck, so I still use it...I thought this time, if I used Grove Canada as a pen name, that maybe you might look up my blog online, at GroveCanada.ca, & enjoy the freshness of getting information from the horse's mouth, up to the minute, rather than the instant obsoleteness that a book creates...Like a car depreciates as soon as you buy it-a book is old as soon as it is published...For a Virgo perfectionist, this inability to easily update, with a new chapter, with new research, causes me constant worrisome self-abnegating, consternation... I use those dot dot dot things, the etcetera symbol, at the end of my sentences, as a habit-you will always know it is me writing, you will always pause at the end of a sentence to think for a moment, you will remember that poetry is beautiful, & you will take everything I say with a giant grain of Pink Himalayan salt(since the grammatical error will irk you into that state of skepticism)! Love & Hugs, Sari ps. I became a Christian at the age of 21, which may seem like a non sequitur, & though my faith is decent my works may not really do justice to that title-but I thought I'd mention it, since my first name Sari always seems to force an assumption about my background-and though you would be right to assume that it tends to be a Jewish name, you might not be right in assuming that that is what I am going to sound like when I expound on some of my karmic principles or other ethical compasses I have developed...Not that I have done away with my past, it is just I have iced the cake with the new updated version-so if you wrong me, I may just turn the other cheek(New), instead of doing the eye for an eye thing back at you!(old)...

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  1. Sari

    I had a terrible time after my biopsy…For 2 months after, when I drank water it went into my lungs instead of down the normal way…I thought I was going to get pneumonia…I am small size & I guess the holes didn’t heal up…It seems it caused a lack of pressure problem for me…Anyways, I would not do a biopsy again…It also left a thin trail of whatever the lump is made of that I can actually feel…Like a straw of Calcium Phosphate…because of this, I ended up devising a DIY Mammogram/MRI thing where you use a Mac computer & a digital camera & take your own picture then edit it in iPhoto…Not hard to do & you can see the lump under the skin, see size changes & see chemistry changes…This is what I use to track whether or not something I am taking is helping or not…(I was diagnosed DCIS Easter 2014 & am Doing My Own Thing DMOT)!

    Sari Grove https://grovecanada.ca/category/diy-mammogram/
    DIY Mammogram | Artists innovating in the Medical Arts
    Take a picture of your breast where the lump is, close-up, in good light, with Flash On, & set to MACRO&It may take a few tries to get the whole area into the picture&Hold camera about 4 inches away from &

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