I just learned her story today.. RIP Poshgal, condolences to your love ones..
Just want to share what I wrote today on my facebook after reading this:
Let me share this story about a woman named Mary. I have only encountered her in a forum. Last May 2011, she posted about her problem with her husband, come June 22, 2011, mary died at 2am because of a massive stroke, just an hour after her last forum post. Her story reminded me that life is short..
She died of stroke at the age of 32... I felt pain after reading her story. Because there are times that I always think about the future, and get worried and anxious. That i always forget to just live for today..
There are times that i forget to thank God that we are alive and healthy. Times that I forget to kiss my husband, and tell him that I love him and that I am thankful for having a good husband like him..
Times that I was not a good daughter to my parents. For thinking that i have many tomorrows to tell them how thankful i am for having them in my life and that i love them very much..
For the times i was not the ideal big sister to my only brother, and taking for granted the times i got to spent with him thinking, i got tomorrow.. That i have next time to tell him i love him too...
Times i lose patience with my daughter, and that I wasted so much time on other matters, thinking, hey i have tomorrow to be a good mom, ill just be a good mom tomorrow.. That it should be today, that i be the best mom to my kids, and just love them and support them like there is no tomorrow.
Times i said to myself, ill just say sorry tomorrow, or ill just say it tomorrow.. Without realizing, that i Am not sure if there will be tomorrow for me
Today, the story of mary reminded me, to stop living in the future. To stop worrying what will happen days or years from now. To stop being greedy about time, and thinking we always have chances to be better or to make it right.
It should always be today, it should always be now. True that life is short. We should all learn how to live one day at a time.
Thank you Mary, and may God be with you on your journey back to Him.