Especially for you Clutch made a compilation of 5 short, but wonderful stories of life. Each of them inspires and fills the heart with faith in love, friendship and human devotion.
My 75-year-old grandfather, who has 15 years blind due to cataracts, once told me: “Your grandmother is the most beautiful woman on earth, huh?” I thought for a moment and said, “Yes, that’s right. You must be very lacking in this beauty now that you can’t see it”. “Honey, — answered the grandfather, — I see her every day. Honestly, I see her now more clearly than when we were young.”
Today I’ve married my daughter. Ten years ago, I pulled out of the flaming van after a serious accident 14-year-old boy. The doctors ‘ verdict was unequivocal: he won’t be able to walk. My daughter several times visited him with me in the hospital. Then he began to go there without me. And today I saw how contrary to all predictions and smiling widely, he put the ring on the finger of my daughter to stand on both legs.
One day, walking through the Park, I decided to bite on the bench. And just as I unwrapped my sandwich, as under an oak tree near stopped the car of an elderly couple. They lowered the Windows and turned on the jazz. The man got out of the car, opened the door and held out his hand to the woman, and after half an hour they slowly danced under the oak.
Today when she awoke from an 18-month coma, she kissed me and said, “Thank you for staying with me, that told all these great stories and always believed in me… And Yes, I will marry you”.
Today I examined an elderly patient with Alzheimer’s disease. He barely remembers his own name, and often forgets where he is, and what he said just a few minutes ago. But by some miracle (and I think it is a miracle called love), every time his wife comes to visit him for a few minutes, he remembers who she is, and greets her with “Hello, my beautiful Kate.”