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It was a rainy Friday night when my family went to church having not a clue what was in stored for us It was then that I first heard about Vasiliy He handsome six feet eighteen-year old with sparkling blue eyes was in a hospital unconscious Nobody knew what happened to him but the thought of death never crossed our minds He was a great friend of mine who I trusted and respected with all my heart He always made me feel special whenever I was around him He made me feel worth living on earth Everything weve done together from throwing snow balls at each other to have serious conversations I will always treasure deep inside my heart As I walked into the church most of the people were already gathered for the Fridays service Everyone was whispering of something not yet know to me The atmosphere inside the room was as if something tragic has happened I sensed it in my heart I could not hear what everyone was whispering about but I could feel that something was wrong I did not feel like asking anyone to inform me of what happened but sat down with little patience and waited for the pastor to announce it The pastors first words were Brothers and sisters let us thank our gracious Lord that we are still healthy alive and can come here to worship His name Unfortunately not everyone is here today with us He paused for a few seconds but it felt like an eternity and went on with a trembling voice You can do good things for people and show them that God is Love When you are not healthy there is very little you can do for Him Today a young man and one of Gods beloved children Vasiliy is not in this room with us He is lying on a hospitals bed and there isnt much he can do for our
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