I love how this anchorman is publicly placing his trust in this life, and the one to come, on his relationship with Jesus Christ. He acknowledges that he is not the only person facing cancer and therefore he prays that his public struggle will reach out and bring hope to many who struggle in their own private lives. What a light.
Heartfelt and heart breaking stories such as this one remind us of the fragility of life. Each of us have a limited time on this planet. Our lives are but “blades of grass which grow quickly and then wilt in the summer sun. The wind blows and it is gone and it’s place remembers it no more.”
Is it better to know or not know how many grains of sand are left in the hourglass of our life? Would we live differently if we knew the moment of our final breath? What would we do today if we knew there was no tomorrow?
The reality of death, the brevity of life, help us value…
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