I’m not ready

I’m not ready for you to die.

My friend you have been my friend.

I am so grateful for 15 years of your love and wisdom.

I don’t know if you will die this week or next month or next year.

But when I saw you last I had this feeling that you would never be back to yourself. That health had taken its toll, as had old age.

I already miss you, I don’t want you to leave, and I wish you would stay.

Your presence in my life has been profound.

I am profoundly mistaken if I think I didn’t have a positive impact on you too. I am grateful you helped me to see my worth.

You helped me so much.

I hope the afterlife is as brilliant as you. Maybe we will get one more meeting to talk like we have all these years. One of the few consistencies of my life, besides this town, has been your kindness and love.

Praying for you.

Praying for my other friend also suffering from cancer. She is in bed in hospital, she doesn’t look well.

Praying for my friend’s mother who is in hospital due to cancer and other health complications.

I hate cancer.

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