“I could see the tears coming out of his eyes,” she said. “He was squeezing my hand because he was afraid.”
It was indeed a very heartfelt story that portrayed one of the many unheard stories. It pointed out something that we human beings have inculcated over the years passed- inhumane qualities. “In the intensive care unit, the question wasn’t whether Junior had suffered brain damage. It was how much.”
The difficult moments that each human being might have to go through with the hopeless hope of a better day might be the worst thing about life. But with a tear or a bucket of tears we are expected to go through it all valiantly.
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