Forced to learn
I had been searching for the truth most of my life. I did not believe that what society tells us is enough, and I didn’t believe life had to be hard. I knew deep in my heart that there was a lot more out there, I just did not know it yet. My husband and I keep searching for the truth.
One day something happened. I found myself in a hospital with my husband in a coma, unable to think or do anything for himself. Little did I know the chain of events that I was about to live.
We spent 40 days in Neuro Icu. He had several injuries, but the most critical were a severe brain injury, bruised heart, collapsed lung, and 3rd degree burns (and so much more). Doctors did not give him more than 48 hours to live. I asked our creator to not allow me to feel any pain, and to guide me to concentrate on the end result so he could come out of this. So I did not focus on the circumstances; I focused on him full of life and able to be better than ever, healthy and able to communicate, walk, and able to enjoy everything life has to offer.
To make this story short, it has been less than two years and he is the man he used to be. Doctors and nurses, therapists, etc., thought that I was crazy because I did not want to listen to what they had to say. I knew that the less I knew the better for us in those circumstances. God said do not worry, and that is what I did. But he also said take action, and love dissolves all negativity. It sure has in our lives.