Live and Love in each moment like it could be the last.
@Regranned from @sheepdogtargets - I saw this update today and it absolutely crushed me. This is a terrible reminder that we aren't in control of the amount of time our loved ones will be with us. Their lives can be ripped away at any moment, and when we are least prepared for it. Such a sad accident. Don't let your loved ones go for too long without being reminded that you love them. That's not a suggestion, that's an absolute must.
My prayers are with this family. I couldn't image going through this. I pray this family can find the strength to recover so they can honor their son's beautiful life. 😔
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UPDATE. We need your prayers for the Simaos. Yesterday, the doctors were able to complete all of their scans necessary to determine Isaiah's brain activity. The results were that he has no brain activity. He is still currently on life support, which is breathing for him and his heart is still beating, but his brain is not functioning or responding at all.
Most of our family and some of our friends were able to join the Simaos yesterday in singing hymns, reading scripture, reading letters and listening to Maya playing beautiful hymns and songs on her violin. A lot of us were also able to say our last goodbyes.
Isaiah's parents decided to spend one last night with their son and allow any other friends or family who were not able to make it be able to say their goodbyes this afternoon. They will be turning off the machines tonight. "It is better to go to a house of mourning than to go to a house of feasting, for death is the destiny of everyone; the living should take this to heart." Ecclesiastes 7:2 "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28
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