The Time We Have

A grieving woman momentarily steps out of the ward that contains her recently deceased husband, claiming it’s not fair. Yet examining it under the technical definition, it’s the most fairest thing that can happen to someone.

Death is the card that everyone will be dealt. The rich, the poor, the Catholics and the Muslims. Life is only a limited time frame to take part in this universe, and we are lucky enough to be given it.

When two people promise to stay together for the rest of their lives. They have to except the fact that they may be the one that watches the other die.

When something gets taken away from you for no reason, it’s going to feel unfair, but that is life not death.

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