Do you see the black one...or the white?
Location: IN SPACE!
Rank: Ace Attorney
Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:06 pm
I want to say, that I'm very, very thankful that a friend of mine since 4th grade is still living today.
To elaborate, I first met my friend in 4th grade. He had and still has a severe case of muscular dystrophy. He wasn't expected to even make it to high school, let alone graduate. He has been fighting it on and off, has been consistently in the hospital, flirting with death. There was, and still is, no cure for it either. All this disease does is eat away at your muscles until you die. Very rapidly I might add. Though he still isn't cured, I'm happy to say that he's alive, in great shape, has graduated high school and college, and is living healthily as a 26 year old man. He's the toughest, most positive guy I know, and though he needs to be taken care of hand and foot, I can even say compared to a few years ago when I really thought he was going to die, he's even healthier today than he was then.
At this point, I want to say, whether you believe there's a God or not, the fact that he's alive today is nothing short of a miracle. I think a lot of contributes to all the prayer he has gotten to make it this far as well as his positive attitude. Though science has come a long way to help fight this cause, there's still no cure right now. I hope that we as people will come along eventually to find a cure, but I believe that something out there is what is allowing him to live today, and yeah, I believe it's God that's helped keep him alive thus far as well as his strong will to live. All the odds were against him, he wasn't even supposed to make it to adulthood.
I'm very, very thankful and happy that my friend is still alive and well to this day and I'm glad he was able to prove the doctors wrong. I still pray for him everyday, for him to be completely healed, and I believe it will happen someday. Whether through yet another miracle or through the use of our modern day technology, I believe he will pull through. And even if he doesn't, he is still a testament to this day that miracles are still possible in today's world. His dream is to be able to walk, run, and swim, something we take for granted. I want nothing more to see his dream come true.
I'm still so amazed when I see people like him, having to live in a constant hell everyday with what they have to go through, never giving up on life and forcing such a positive attitude, putting others before themselves. He's an inspiration to me too. It makes all my complaints feel so small and it makes me want to try harder as a human being to put other's needs before my own and make a positive difference unto others like he has done. I'm really thankful to have a friend like him.
On April 3, 2016, Court Records Forums experienced a miracle upon that day.
Man...that looks dull...this actually makes me worried for KH3 (since that team worked on the battle system)
I feel the same