Sunday, June 22, 2008

Jane McGrath dies aged 42





















What have we learnt from Jane McGrath (dies aged 42)?

My dear brothers and sisters,

Ms McGrath wife of famous fast bowler from the country of Australia died as a result of complications of breast cancer. Friends you may not be aware but women in the United States have the highest incidence rates of breast cancer in the world.Its incidince is on the rise. Brother and siters from my poor but great province of Multan, although strong and fearless can only struggle to get basic aid for their ailments.

While paying my condolences to her, I remind you that we have all a lesson to learn from her.

What is it?

Could you kindly answer in the following categories:

1. About breast cancer itself (the disease)- what have you learnt from her good work.


Finally related not only to her, but to each and every one of us

2. What can be done by us to help?

3. What will be your attitude when the grim reaper comes knocking at your door?

By the name of Ali,we will meet our maker face to face without fear.


Rehman of Multan


Source of the posted image:
http://www.news.com.au/common/imagedata/0,,5649831,00.jpg

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3 comments:

Ross from Melbourne said...

Until I saw Jane and Glenn on "Enough Rope" I never fully appreciated what a strong, vivacious and brave woman Jane McGrath was. Why do these insidious diseases take away the beautiful people of the world and leave the scumbags like murderers, rapists, drug dealers and pedophiles to flourish. I don't understand what the McGrath family is going through as I have never lost a young vibrant family member or friend to this disease, all I can really say is, may Jane McGrath rest in peace knowing those you leave behind have many around them to help with the times ahead.

Ross from Melbourne said...

Until I saw Jane and Glenn on "Enough Rope" I never fully appreciated what a strong, vivacious and brave woman Jane McGrath was. Why do these insidious diseases take away the beautiful people of the world and leave the scumbags like murderers, rapists, drug dealers and pedophiles to flourish. I don't understand what the McGrath family is going through as I have never lost a young vibrant family member or friend to this disease, all I can really say is, may Jane McGrath rest in peace knowing those you leave behind have many around them to help with the times ahead.

Ross from Melbourne said...

Until I saw Jane and Glenn on "Enough Rope" I never fully appreciated what a strong, vivacious and brave woman Jane McGrath was. Why do these insidious diseases take away the beautiful people of the world and leave the scumbags like murderers, rapists, drug dealers and pedophiles to flourish. I don't understand what the McGrath family is going through as I have never lost a young vibrant family member or friend to this disease, all I can really say is, may Jane McGrath rest in peace knowing those you leave behind have many around them to help with the times ahead.

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