Thursday night I found myself amidst a sea of people. Alongside me were survivors, family members, and friends. The atmosphere was one of unity, with banners and signs reminding us why we walked. At the end of the walk, I looked around at the faces of fellow survivors, and I realized that we had all contributed to something bigger. The event had exceeded its fundraising goals, and the funds raised would go towards cutting-edge cancer research. The sense of accomplishment was immeasurable. It's a powerful experience to see so many people come together with a common goal of making a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer. It was a mix of hope, unity, and a sense of contributing to a meaningful cause. As I approach my sixth anniversary, this was close to my heart. I couldn't help but reflect on the journey that had brought me to this point, and I am glad I was able to participate.