Life Stories: I Haven’t Shown Any Sign of Weakness, Because He Has Left His Wife & Son Behind

The Logical Indian

July 19th, 2015

“I lost my son to a highway road accident a few years ago. To outlive your child, through such a painful experience hasn’t been easy – especially because there isn’t a day I don’t think about it. However, I haven’t shown any sign of weakness, because he’s left his wife and son behind — and I have to be strong for them. My daughter-in-law and I both work and I’m doing everything I can to make sure that we all still feel like a family. Sometimes it gets difficult to understand what God’s plans are, but I know now that its best to have faith, try to move on from death and live for one’s who are alive and still believe in you.”

via Humans of Bombay

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