Woman Battling Cancer Marries Just Before Dying – A Heart Wrenching Love Story
Love is the strongest force present in this universe.
With JK Rowling protecting Harry Potter throughout the entire wizarding series on the basis of the love her mother bestowed upon him when she came in front of Voldemort to the groundbreaking monument created by Shah Jahan for his wife; love has been the focus of our attention.
Love is something that makes you feel alive
Love makes you enjoy your earthly existence, and it makes you do crazy things. Love makes you dance in the kitchen with the refrigerator light on, it makes you giggle in your bed after 3 AM, and it makes you daydream about walking down the aisle.
Love changes even the toughest man; when a criminal holds out his daughter his eyes softens up, and he promises to change his ways.
When an army soldier comes back home and see the look in his wife’s eyes, all his ruggedness disappears, and he becomes calm and composed. But love can also break you; it can make you cry all through the night.
It can make you ponder over “what ifs” until your eyes get heavy and your eyes can no longer produce tears.
It can be very difficult to move on after losing someone you loved
No matter how close to your heart you want to hold them, no matter how thick of a shield you create around them, the Grim Reaper can not be stopped.
Nothing can stop your loved ones from dying but what you can do is to hold their fond memories close to your hearts. You can think about how they laughed, how their eyes wrinkled when they smiled, or how they got teary when they looked at you in the morning.
You can think of how their back had a mole or how their scar above their knee made them look brave and strong.
Many people die before they can find true love and some find true love and depart from this world together.
One of the most heart-wrenching things to go through is losing the person you truly love right after finding them.
The story of Heather Mosher is an example of an exceptionally heartbreaking story that can make you sob for hours.
The sobbing story
True love is not defined by boundaries, and most people end up surprising their loved ones. This story that you will read today will bring you on the verge of tears and will redefine the limit of love. Love has always been limitless, and people like these couples prove this.
In 2015, Heather, a young girl, met with David and felt an instant connection brewing between them. But this love was short lived as Heather was given the tragic news of having terminal breast cancer on December 23rd, 2016.
Instead of breaking off their relationship, David decided to propose to Heather on the same day.
David claimed that Heather had no idea he was going to propose, but he wanted her to know that she won’t go through this journey alone.
They wanted to get married on the December 30th, however since Heather’s diagnosis had triple negative, they had to change the dates. They decided to move the date earlier and choose to get married on the 22nd of December.
The couple got married in Connecticut at St. Francis Hospital, and her final words became her wedding vows.
David claimed that she was his one great love, and he may lose her, but he also added saying that he won’t lose her forever. Her memories will always be with David, and he will always find happiness when looking back at them. Heather promised to keep on fighting, and she did fight until the end.
Falling in love is very easy but proving love can take a lifetime.
Love is the most influential feeling in the world, and no feeling such as revenge, anger or lust can win against it. Love gives people the strength to give more than they have and to sacrifice all they have.
Death is inevitable, but love is stronger than death. It does not protect you from death, but no matter how hard death tries, it cannot separate people from love.
It cannot take away your memories, and in the end, love wins above all. So hold onto your memories and do good in this world. Love the people near you and find solace in your religion and in the Holy Books. Surely God will stand by you in your time of need and hold your hand and guide you through this difficult time.
Our condolences go out to Heather Mosher and her husband, May she rest in peace.
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