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Dear Mr.,

People like you deserve to live as long as you would like to.

But as much as we, both strangers and those who knew you, ache and cry because of the shortness of your stay in this world, we can’t help but be happy for you.

Reading the letters you wrote for your family, knowing you have thought about doing such brave and sweet act, imagining how hard it must have been as you were typing each word, I can’t help but realize you left home with a happy, contented, prepared heart. You have a positive yet realistic mindset. You have such big heart for the people you care for. You are the kind of person this world doesn’t deserve. 

If you are up there, continue looking over your family and letting them feel the warmth of your love. If you are among us now, born in a different physique and to a different family, I genuinely hope you live with the same heart and the same outlook in life… And that, this time, life would let you stay a little longer. 

Regards,

Hyacinth E. 

A link to the letters he wrote for his wife and 9-month old daughter:

https://wikr.com/rsns-auns-husband-killed-afghanistan-heartbroken-one-day-opened-laptop-saw-something-left-shock/?utm_source=mob&utm_medium=bot

Not any other day

Today marks the last time I’ll tell myself this.. and the first time I’ll really listen.

Enough. Enough hoping. Enough wishing. Enough hurting. Enough waiting. Enough lying. Enough feeling.

For weeks, you’ve been asking yourself and the Lord if it’s A, B, or C. For weeks, you’ve been granted indirect pieces of answers. It’s about time to face the truth, to complete the puzzle. 

He’s over you. 

What’s left is to do the same. 

He was able to; why can’t you?