Charlie Doesn’t Know He’s “Terminally Ill,” But He Knows He’s Loved
Love can conquer all, no words have to exchange. Smiles, loving hugs, stroking or gently touching and feeling a heart beat can express the deepest love. M
“They adopted him just over a year later, not expecting him to live much beyond 2 years old.” But in June Charlie celebrated his third birthday.
Now doctors think he might live to be 10–12 years old, barring any medical complications.
It’s a heart breaking journey, but as Cori says, “Broken hearts can heal.”
You can read the whole story here.
I know this is a tough subject, but when I read the story and watched the video, I had to share this story of love and hope. I share this in memory of my sister who lovingly volunteered with severely handicapped and terminally ill children in a group home back in the 70’s. I imagine she’s had a great time running, laughing, and loving them in heaven.
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