When Life gets scarry!

To day I realised that an old friend of mine lost her boyfriend whom she had lived with for more than 10 years! They have 3 children, a 2 year old and twins age 1!

He felt sick and went to the doctors but something went wrong and he died! 38 years old! That’s when life gets scarry!

Ever since Linnea came to us I’ve been thinking more about LIFE – I want so badly to live with her – to be here for her! And I want Hans to be a part of it too. I can’t imagine my life with out them – NEVER EVER! That’s too scary a thought to think!

Maybe that’s why I think so much of my obesity – at least 40-45 kg!

If  life was unfair to me – when my father died I was 21 – I would say it’s so much more unfair to these 3 little children loosing their father and a young woman her man!!

I wish all the best for my friend and her children – And I wish it wont happen to any other family on earth!

Some people come into our lives and quickly go,
others stay for a while an leave footprints on our hearts
and we are never the same

(By unknown to me)

2 thoughts on “When Life gets scarry!”

  1. Sorry to hear about your friend. Sadly, it will happen to many families even today. “Life” can be tough and bad things happen to good people. I don’t think it is a question of fairness.We all have problems to deal with. What is important is whether we have someone we can lean on when life drops something big on our heads. My main support is my faith.. not a great faith but a little faith in a great God. The problems and hurts are not removed but I have learned to turn them into things I can learn from.. to become a better person and to be able to help others when they go through the same things. If we start thinking about fairness we risk becoming bitter and the “trouble” becomes something which can block our path and even end up destroying us. Love Brenda

  2. To me the question about fairness was actually started by a priest at my fathers funeral: She said that the fair God would help us who was left. And then I didn’t hear anything else – because we were taught to believe that God rules over us all and if God does that it must have been Gods decision to take make my father sick and take him away from his family – That was the thought I got in my head that day at the funeral – so for me God is no help. I have also learned from Life, and I hope to be learning for the rest of my life!
    I do not want to offend any religious person. We teach Linnea to show respect for all religions, but sometimes life can be so tough that it seems and feels unfair. I have had my share but I wont get bitter, I live after my fathers advice: Never give up!
    Love Mette

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