If I had 3 days to live
The moment I was asked what I would do if I had only three days to live, a ripple of fear passed through me. Since life simply went on, this question had never occurred to me. It is difficult to imagine that I had only 3 days to live. It is serious, and, let me think of Helen Keller’s Three Days to See. Though the title is different, I think the meaning is similar. It sets me thinking, wondering what we should do under the similar circumstances. What events, what experiences, and what associations should we crowd into those last hours as mortal beings? What happiness should we find in reviewing the past, what regrets?
If I had only 3 days to live, what would I do? I would not cry and feel desperate. I would not waste the time on such things. Helen Keller said “Only the deaf appreciate hearing, only the blind realize the manifold blessings that lie in sight.” I will treasure the 3 days as the deaf treasure hearing, as the blind treasure the sight. I would try my best to enjoy the three days I can live.
The First Day
I would stay with my famiy. God knows, at that moment, I missed them so much. If I had only three days to live, I would spend my first day staying with my family, telling them the true feeling from the bottom of my heart: I love them. I love them so much, and I love them with all my heart. Perhaps in many others’ eyes, only a day of staying with their families was too short because they thought that time could never be enough to be with their families. But from my perspective, we were families and I would certainly accompany them even if I had gone to heaven. My family knew that. At night I would go for a walk with my parents and grandparents, giving them a hug. I would say “I love you” to them. I’ve never said it before. I am shy, but I know, each parent wants their children to say this. However, only few can do it. So, I want to do this, because the love from my parents and grandparents is the most important and...