"My mission in life is to pay it forward and give back. Others have given so much to me. I'm a survivor. Cancer is not going to define who I am, but it's a part of who I am."
"I learned to love my wife in a different way. Our intimacy is now on a deeper level. We hold hands, we take walks, we watch movies. And while we did these things prior to me having prostate cancer, these special moments are more meaningful than ever."
"I just smoked for a very long time and then I had an epiphany. I was a 3-pack-a-day man. When I spoke to people, they said, 'I don't know what you look like without a cigarette in your face.'"