Life can be very hard for people at some points in life, and as humans, the most agonizing thing to experience is the death of a loved one, and these sad experiences usually linger for a very long time.
This is why a lady shared her experience on the death of her parents on Twitter today, and it is a very painful one that made people sympathise with her.
According to her, she lost her mother to cancer I 2015, and 6 years later, the COVID19 pandemic claimed her father's life in this new year of 2021. COVID19 have claimed tons of life since the breakout, and it is so sad if one hear the experience of those that are directly affected. See her full narration below;
A lot of people have shared condolence messages to sympathise with the lady, with a lot using quotes from the bible. See some top replies below;
How much do you feel COVID19 and terminal diseases have directly affected people's lives? Drop your opinions in the comments section below.
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