Teva Harrison, a writer and artist, seizes time after being diagnosed with metastatic cancer.
“I felt that I’d taken the easy road. Never one to set up camp in regret, I found myself face to face with giant, seemingly insurmountable, regret. I suddenly realized I had been wasting time.”
In this CreativeMornings/Toronto talk from December 2015, writer and artist Teva Harrison shares with us the lessons she’s learned since being diagnosed with metastatic cancer. Among her biggest realization is the concept of time and how to seize it. Since her diagnosis, Teva has written and illustrated the critically acclaimed graphic memoir, In-Between Days, about her experience living with cancer. Honest and pragmatic, this talk inspires us to stop waiting and start living for today.
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