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Life Goes On

This is to give hope to people who are in a coma. Close-head injury and a spinal cord injury. Where they think there is none. You can come out of it. Maybe not the same way as you were before, but there’s hope where your brain is active. You can make it no matter what the doctors tell you. Just because you have a handicap doesn’t mean you can’t do things. Maybe not the way other people do them, but in your own way. It takes patience and people around you to help you get through it all. You can live a long life if you don’t give up in life. Things happen for that reason. God has a plan for all of us in this world. You may not agree with it, but it happens. Even if you’re handicap, whatever it may be, life goes on. Be happy you’re alive. Just live your life and don’t care what people think about you. Be yourself and be happy. Don’t be sad of what you lost or can’t remember. Just live for today. Start new memories and don’t get mad about the past. Life goes on. Live life to the fullest. I was only supposed to live for five to ten years but I’m still here.

--Teresa Smith

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