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Life is too short

A person can only keep themselves busy for so long before they reach a point where they are forced to stop and face the reality that is in front of them. Death is inevitable. We all have to leave our love ones behind soon or later. Death is not something we can choose to avoid. I understand this, but it's so hard for me to accept.

My cousin is dying. There is nothing more I can do. There is no more hospital bills I can pay. My little cousin is going to die from Cancer.

I ask myself everyday, why didn't we see this sooner? Why didn't we force him to get body exams more often? Why didn't we value the time we had with him more? So many questions, and all have one answer. We don't value life until it's gone. When we are young, we feel invincible, but what god can give he can also take back. If we waste life, even just one minute of it, we can never get it back.

Speaking to him is so hard now. I can barely make out a word from crying. Learn from my regret, don't take life for granted. Every child death is a reminder that life is precious and that we should make every moment count before we run out of time.

8 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about your family sweety. :( but yes you're right. Life is too short, you never know what will happen... you might not have a tomorrow... *sigh* I always tell myself.. Live as if it's my last day but why do we forget that sometimes. I guess we're so caught up with our busy lives that we ignore it at times. Must always keep that in our minds that our life is precious and to not take it for granted.

    <3 Hugs <3
    xoxo Julie

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  2. Oh no...I am so sorry to hear Janie. This is so heartbreaking. Please enjoy the time you guys have left with him and show him that he can still have fun <3

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  3. Its a real shame that has to happen to someone so young.:'(my heart goes out to you and your family. Never forget the goodtimes. One<3

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  4. I'm so sorry you have to go through this... Death is one of those things many cannot learn to accept...I am one of those people too. I hope you can make the best of it =( We're all here to support you.

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  5. I'm sorry that you and your family must go through this pain. This is something anyone can't go through alone. Prayers to you, your cousin, and everyone who is a part of this. Keep your smiles on and spend the rest of the time with him in laughter. Be strong Janie!

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  6. Janie! I am so sorry to hear this from the bottom of my heart. Death is a part of life that is inevitable, yet when it comes so young, it's always hard to accept. I will be praying for you, your family, and your cousin for a miracle, but I will also be praying that whatever remainder time there is, your cousin will be filled with utmost joy and happiness and love. Please stay strong!! We're all here for you and your family!

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  7. I'm sorry about the hardship that you & your family must face ): I can only wish you, your family & especially your cousin, the best~ <3

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  8. I can understand what your going through, even though the only real death in my family was my dog. I learned to accept death like you did, but I still miss my dog.

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