Angelina Jolie Pitt: Diary of a Surgery

Tuesday March 24, 2015

Angelina Joie has always been about healing and children - the emotions or wounded soul experience. Many follow her decisions as if her life was playing out as a guide on "how to deal with issues and create healing". She has overcome many obstacles both emotionally and physically - without preaching - just living life. Today she continues to teach women that prevention is most important in saving lives. It is based on generations of cancer in her family and will affect her two daughters. The only thing that surprises me about this procedure is that it wasn't a full hysterectomy as uterine cancer is also on the increase.

Angelina Jolie Pitt: Diary of a Surgery   New York Times - March 24, 2015
Two years ago I wrote about my choice to have a preventive double mastectomy. A simple blood test had revealed that I carried a mutation in the BRCA1 gene. It gave me an estimated 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer. I lost my mother, grandmother and aunt to cancer. I wanted other women at risk to know about the options. I promised to follow up with any information that could be useful, including about my next preventive surgery, the removal of my ovaries and fallopian tubes.

  Angelina Jolie has ovaries, fallopian tubes removed to cut cancer risk   CNN - March 24, 2015
Two years after she underwent a double mastectomy to cut her cancer risk, actress and U.S. envoy Angelina Jolie has had surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes for the same reason.

Angelina Jolie has ovaries and fallopian tubes removed   BBC - March 24, 2015

Angie has been a major advocate of human and women's right, traveling the world for the UN. It's the plight of the children that always gets to her. As global chaos accelerates, you have to wonder what her true perspectives are today on the way things are playing out.

No matter what crazy things take control of our lives and destinies - we are always hopeful the next generation will do better than we did, achieve more, find greater happiness and better ways to overcome obstacles, and make more informed decisions. This pattern is found in every facet of reality: politics, economic, society, health, education, other. What happens to the endless children caught up in end time dramas who exist from day to day? Will they be expected to do more in the future or wonder if a future exists for them at all? The human experiment has taken many directions since its inception, but always follows the same patterns of destruction. Luckily there are moments of love and beauty as one generation moves to the next.

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Nickelodeon's 28th Annual Kids' Choice Awards

My daughter Nikki was an account executive at Viacom - which includes Nickelodeon - before moving to the Food Network. She left because there was simply too much pressure. Still and all a great camaraderie developed between Nikki and her co-workers who continue to text, talk, and meet.

Friday afternoon, some of the executives at Viacom flew out from NYC to LA for the Nickelodeon awards. Among them was Nikki's close friend Alec who was traveling with his 9 year old daughter. Shortly after the plane left JFK, Alec, 44, had a heart attack. The plane was diverted to Buffalo, but it was too late. Alec, part of a growing trend for men his age, died. One can assume it was from the pressures of corporate life as he wasn't sick. It certainly rocked the worlds of Nikki and her friends who still work there. Last year she had been offered a job there again, but had declined. My heart always goes out to the children. Imagine how his daughter felt when all of this was going on?

Saturday March 28, 2015 at the award show

Angelina took the stage and delivered a message of hope to anyone who's ever felt out of place. Angie - once again making a difference - said, "Different is good". She attended the show with her daughters, Zahara, 10 and Shiloh, 9 in May. She hugged them before she went to the stage to accept the favorite villain award for her role as Maleficent in the live-action reimagining of "Sleeping Beauty."

"When I was little, like Maleficent, I was told that I was different, and I felt out of place -- too loud, too full of fire, never good at sitting still, never good at fitting in. Then one day I realized something, something that I hope you all realize: 'Different is good'. As your villain, I would also say cause a little trouble - it's good for you. So, don't fit in. Don't sit still. Don't ever try to do less than you are. When somebody tells you you're different, smile and hold your head up high and be proud."

When we say, "Different is good" that may or may not always be the case, as being different creates issues with family and friends that some people are not equipped to deal with. The fight for acceptance has caused much damage but has created lots of success as humans play out their programmed roles. That which is the norm today, will change. There are things we can accept in others, and things we can't and never will - mostly their emotional issues that create stress in us. Know yourself and try to be tolerant. If someone's differences, energies, and programming do not align with yours, simply move on. Try not to judge. Most of all, don't get involved in their dramas, they will definitely affect your health. It's all changing.