Alabama minister faces advanced stage prostate cancer head on – Alabama NewsCenter

Gerald Chamblin could certainly dwell on what procrastination cost him. “It puts you in a bitter state for a moment, but you can’t stay there long because then … instead of grieving on what has happened, what you’ve got to start doing is what you’ve got to do to live, ” Chamblin said.

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