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Learning to value life is not easy but it is essential if you want to move on and leave that chapter of your life behind Value what you have now because things can happen in a blink of an eye I had to deal with grief at the young age of 8 My world collapsed as little as 1 2 3 after my dearest and closest aunt Rebecca passed away It was the saddest moment in my life Up to today Im still learning to cope with the fact that shes gone and Im never going to see her again After this tragedy I was able to be closer to my family and I learned to value life more I remember the day like if it was yesterday because its one of those days where you remember every single detail like your prom night A day before my cousin was born my aunt had told my mom to take care of my cousin Jesus and to not let anything happen to him My aunt also told me to take care of Jesus and to be aware of the phone when she called to say that the new baby was born On April 9th 2000 without knowing what her future held my aunt left to the hospital with my uncle because her water had just broke I was barely waking up when I saw my aunt waving goodbye to me and my mom through the window My dad told my uncle to call him as soon as the baby was born to make sure everything went well with the baby and my aunt We were all anxious to see the baby in person Just thinking about it made me happy Knowing that any time from now I was going to be holding my baby cousin in my arms Later on about 1040 we left the house to go to church at 1100 am We were calculating
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