We talk a lot about the individual cancer journey here at Wellness House. We provide objective, evidence-based information and classes so participants can do what’s right for them as they navigate cancer. When I read about Choonie and Sue’s journeys in the Navigating Cancer article in this newsletter, it struck me that they were both looking for tools and direction. It was as though they needed a compass. When my daughter and son-in-law were married, we chose to give them a compass as part of their wedding gift. The compass was a symbol of values and principles that guide them through life — a reminder of their true north. It’s through our true north that we make decisions.