Skip to comments."IF WE COULD SEE INSIDE OTHER PEOPLE'S HEARTS": LIFE, in 4 min video
Posted on 05/17/2013 8:21:55 PM PDT by Baynative
A lot to think about here. Maybe I should have saved it for Sunday...
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ping for myself - for viewing Sunday :> Thanks, pal. Sounds interesting.
if everyone laid all their problems in the street and let everyone else pick and choose among them most would find they would just keep their own
This video makes me think of all the hours I spent in the hospital with my girlfriend, who received her fatal diagnosis last June that her breast cancer had spread to her spinal fluid.
She was a world class professional classical musician and a university music professor with a life of stunning accomplishment — a pillar of the Boston classical and academic community. I had the privilege of caring for her in the last year of her life, and when she finally took her final turn for the worse, spent every night with her during her last four weeks at the hospice.
She finally died this past January, and not a day goes by that I don’t cry over her loss. She was my angel and I love her forever.
Don’t know why I’m writing all this, except that this video brought back so many memories of her ordeal.
"Live each day as if it were your last because someday you're sure to be right"
IF we could see inside others’ hearts, we would lock ourselves in our houses, and have guns pointed at the doors.
You were a hero in a very hard situation. I am so sorry for your tragic loss. May you know the grace of God every day you live.
These are the type of videos they should be showing in grade school for sensitivity training
I know how you feel. I’m going through that with my mother right now. It is hard to comprehend how all the days of a lifetime can go by so fast and though we experience so much of what it brings we don’t seem to relate to others doing the same in their own way.
I visit my Mom who has stage lV lung cancer three times a day. This is the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my life. I love her so.
I’m so sorry for your loss. You are a good man and you will see her again in heaven.
Thank you. Wherever she is, I’m sure that she is making it that much a better place with her presence, although she has left this place that much the poorer for absence.
Everyone has 3 things... a mother, a father, and a story.
I’m terribly sorry for your loss.
Sometimes its damned hard to see what the heck its all about.
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