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Multiple travels on a journey

‘Cancer: My Journey in Time’(part 88)
Multiple travels on a journey

by Wanda Clay

Rev. Enoch Fuzz

A journey is defined as travel from one place to another, often thought of as being a long and sometimes difficult journey. When we speak of life’s journey, it denotes a succession of events as it pertains to a specific aspect of one’s life. A journey, then, is traveling. In life, it is simply living from day to day, identifying a specific area of life.

Traveling from one place in time to another, we cross many roads. Multiple travels on the journey Rev. Enoch Fuzz, pastor of Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, is currently involved in contains many roads. That is evident from his involvement in a plethora of community and ministry organizations and activities.

Currently, Rev. Fuzz is on a journey with opioids during his travels with stage four lung cancer. The opioids’ function is to deal with the pain of stage four lung cancer.

While enduring this phase of his journey in time, he also wants everyone to recognize the importance of voting. It is important to know the candidates that have their names and signs plastered up and down the streets of Nashville, requesting your vote. As residents, you have a say in who is elected in your county, city, and state. e.g., the District Attorney, judges, county clerk, and more. Fuzz and OneNashville will host a ‘Party to the Polls-Fish Fry and Straw Poll’ on April 3 at 1 pm, with free entertainment and food at the all-new One City-Element Vanderbilt Hotel, at 4 City Blvd. on the rooftop! You are invited to meet the candidates one-on-one and learn about their platforms.

Your voice is heard through your vote. Take every opportunity to learn about the political candidates that want to represent you.

Also, watch next week while we learn more about Rev. Fuzz’s recovery on his journey with opioids. We will follow up with this unexpected journey and Rev. Fuzz’s progress with this situation.

Rev. Fuzz continues to pray for each of you and “the whole wide world,” because you are an important part of his journey. Pray for him and the difficult route he faces regarding opioid addiction. Also, check out his status on Facebook as he gives praise through words, songs, and photos. You will be blessed. Thanks for reading and sharing ‘Cancer: My Journey in Time’ each week.

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