J Morris Hicks

J Morris Hicks

Posted January 22, 2013

Published in Celebrities, Health

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What will Lance do now? Although disgraced at the moment...

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Like President Clinton, he is a winner and he will return.

So why did Lance choose to come forward now? Many are saying that he did it for selfish reasons---just so he could participate in sanctioned races. But I think the main reason(s) are right there beside him in this photo---his children.

In Paris with his three oldest children: Luke (now 13) and twin girls Grace and Isabelle
In Paris with his three oldest children: Luke (now 13) and twin girls Grace and Isabelle

Clearly, the most painful part of the interview was when Lance talked about overhearing his son, Luke (13), defending his dad to some other kids. At that moment, he knew that he simply must make things right---no matter what the consequences. And now he has begun the "process" of doing just that.

That "process" may end up costing him his entire fortune (and more)---but it can't take away the fact that he is recognized by over one billion people in the world---about half of which (according to surveys) have probably already forgiven him. And there will be more. With history as a guide, we know that most people will ultimately forgive him for his cheating and lies---as long as he is sincere and begins to earn back the global respect that he once had. I happen to think that his comeback could be all about revealing the "real truth" about cancer to the entire world. Continue reading this article.

Blogging daily at the seaside village of Stonington, Connecticut – Be well and have a great day.

—J. Morris Hicks, board member, T. Colin Campbell Foundation