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SISFI Interview Marcia V. Deans, Honora Kao, Pageant Girls

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SISFI Human Wellness Radio

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SISFI is hosting a follow up show with Ms. Marcia V. Deans, CEO, Miss Tropical Paradise Beauty Pageant and this time we will have Ms. Honora Kao, the 2011 pageant honoree and some of the pageant girls on with us as well.

Please join us as we talk with Ms. Deans, Ms. Kao and the pageant contestants about life, the pageant and what they are doing.

About Ms. Kao

Hello, my name is Honora Kao; I’m 27 years old and I currently reside in Sedona, Arizona.  This is my first time out west and far away from home.  I’m originally from New York; born and raised.  I have an Associate in Business Administration.  Massage therapy is currently my career.  My favorite thing to do is sing and I love helping people. How I ended up here in Sedona is an unfortunate way, but a very blessed one.  I came out here in August of 2009 to recover from a chronic illness called Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.  I had just finished radiation a week prior to my move and after that it was history.  

God has given a second chance to live and make changes in my life and others. I know that I have this opportunity to now help others in any area where I can; whether is being a friend, laugh together, or just to be a shoulder to cry on.  My goal in this lifetime is to continue to grow as a godly woman and to give back to the world.  Chemo therapy has been a life changing experience for me, because of it I now want to help in the medical field.  

I survived seven different types of chemotherapy drugs, radiation treatment, and not to mention the side effects.  Throughout the hardships with Cancer and life itself, I have learned to have a new appreciation for the experiences that are presented to me.  Although I went through a challenging experience, I learned that situations that are too great to handle, are never put in front of us.