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Last Days Of Life

How would you feel if you only had a couple of days Left in this world? Let’s say 2 weeks to be precise.  You would wanna conquer everything left on your bucket list right?  Spend the last 2 weeks with your loved ones. Enjoy each and every second left for you.

So someone I know was diagnosed with leukemia. And recently she was told how she’s only got a couple of months left of her life.  She’s the reason why I am writing about this. 

It is very scary realizing how you only have some hours, days or months in this world.  What is more heartbreaking than realizing how you are gonna leave your parents, siblings, friends or whoever it is. You’re never gonna be able to see them again.


Think about this, so you end up fighting with your best friend and you guys end up giving each other the silent treatment. After 2 days, you get a call saying how your best friend was involved in a car accident and is in Coma. That’s when you are gonna hate yourself for not talking to her. This is when you start hating yourself. This is when you start hoping. Hoping that he/she would get out of the coma so you could talk to them.

I believe Hope is a very beautiful thing. It helps you to plan a new positive future. It could be anything. Some hope to get a yes from their crush, Some wait outside of the labor room hoping to get a healthy baby or we all hope to wake up the next morning. But sometimes there is no guarantee that there is going to be a happy ending.

So why wait for your last days to enjoy when you still have a whole life ahead of you to make the most off and why hold the anger when you can talk and solve the issue and hope and dream together with your loved ones ❤

“Hope takes our dreams and imaginations to whole another level”

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Last Days Of Life


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