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Soon I will be gone forever, but that's okay as long as someone reads this

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by T0NYS, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. T0NYS

    T0NYS Supreme Member

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    This is not about me at all , it's about a guy who posted this on reddit last year , he was diagnosed with cancer and I doubt he made it . This story brought tears in my eyes and thought to share it

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    MODS : I accidentally posted it on the wrong section, apologies . Please move this thread to the lounge , thanks :)
     
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  2. Moabaer

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    Some people said that this might just be a huge hoax. If it is, well done. I googled the username once but did not find anything. I would really like to know what happened later on
     
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    Sad story but thats life. We will all die at some point. Maybe even get reborn if its true :D
     
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    lorentzo Power Member

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    Well this story made my thinking... he s right somehow we just dont realize it cuz we aren t in his position..
     
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    That's some deep shit right there. Hopefully it is indeed a hoax.
     
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    Right in the feels bro.
     
  7. NagacomesforU

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    I don't believe it is a hoax. I see zero reasons why it would be.
    Either way, the post has top notch advice that everyone should read and take to heart.

    Would like to know what happened to the man.
     
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    Zhuk_Roman Registered Member

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    hoax? for what benifits? good advices anyway.
     
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    Damn, that was incredible. God I wish I knew what happened to him.
     
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    I remember the first time I stumbled onto that post. When I read your thread title it instantly came to my mind. This is going to be one of those posts I'll never forget.
     
  11. Sherbert Hoover

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    Cancer changes people. Their thoughts, their actions, everything. And not only does it change the victim, but also those connected to them.

    When my mom was diagnosed (eight years next week) with stage IV, she was devastated. We all were. She was given six months. I had just started college, my first time away from home. I didn't know what to do.

    It's been up and down and up and down, a complete roller coaster of emotion and stress and anxiety and fulfilling adventures. The bolded statement in the OP is a perfect summary of how to live life.

    I try to live that way now. I don't want a disease to snap me into the reality of mortality.

    Luckily, Mom is somehow still with us. She has suffered a lot, and has had some bad, bad side effects, but lives every day to the fullest, and is the happiest and strongest person I have ever met. She's seen both children graduate college, become successful, and in another couple months, my sister will be married. We have taken family vacations, she and Dad have taken many weekend getaways, they have moved into a cabin on a creek in the wilderness to enjoy the peace and serenity that nature holds.

    Wonderful share, OP.
     
  12. uches12

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    Hmmm
    Tragic!
    Painful, life is just full of shit sometimes; we just have to make ourselves happy as much as possible to keep us going!