The "10,000 hour rule" states that you can become an expert (or become 'talented') in a field after 10,000 hours of practice. I am a university - educated professional artist in my 51st year of business. I am much better at it now than when I first began. I have been practicing Taekwondo (Korean martial art) daily for 46 years, earned that 3rd degree black belt during radiation 6 years ago. That daily workout has given me physical and emotional benefit beyond belief. There are several other things that I have been doing for many years and have become very proficient at. I value these a lot as they help me pay the bills, stay healthy and happy and fight my PCa.
They also give me a positive self image and solid self-assurance, things that I did not possess when I was a puppy.
I would rather be who I am now than be physically young again. This mind fits this body, I am not up for a transplant at this time, though you can check with me later. (just had
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"It's the journey, not the goal." Time to hit the trail before the rain gets here or this mornings journey will be wet again.
b 1950, 2012 PSA=11, 12/12 cores +. DVRP 12/27/12. 36 g, 35% PCa,EC ext., 2 SV+,+ marg T3bNXMX, G7(4+3). 2 week post-RP PSA=0.2, Firmagon ADT. Cont @ 3 mo, EBRT 80 Gy/40 ses. Last 6 mo. Eligard 10/14. 4/15 T=2.2, PSA<.02. 10/16 T=204, PSA=.08, 2/17 PSA=.13, 3/17 T=307 PSA=.19, 4/17 PSA=.21, 4/18 PSA=.65 6/18 PSA=1.15 8/18 PSA=1.15 11/18 PSA=1.58 1/19 PSA=1.67 3/19 PSA=2.12
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