On Monday I was standing in line at a pharmacy and was having leg pain.
I kept rubbing it and having to take the weight off from my leg.
There was a lady in line behind me who asked me if I was okay.
After talking for a couple of minutes she suggested I go to the hospital and get it checked out since I had major surgery a few weeks ago.
So I took what she said seriously and I went to the ER.
I have a 5+ inch blood clot in my leg.
This woman, quite literally, saved my life.
I am living proof that empathy for those around us and saying something when we see something is wrong with someone can change the course of their life. Or possibly save it.
Living in this world, we can not easily give in. Hope is the motive force for us to live, so we can't let him down.
Living in this world, we should try our best to survive, live in peace and think about danger, and do not think of holding Buddha's feet when difficulties come.
The world is so big, there is always a place where you can stay. Every morning when you wake up, the sun is still shining, the air is still fresh, and the people around you are still there, then this life is enough.
Maybe you are facing great difficulties at this time. Maybe there is a gap in front of you. But what about that? It's easy to live and difficult to live. Everyone knows this truth. Are you going to give up on it?
No, No. If I were you, I would never give in.