Life Is Precious: Don’t Take Anything For Granted

Inspired By Kent

Three years ago, one of my best friends almost died. He was having a relatively routine heart procedure called an ablation. However, he coded while it was happening and nurses and doctors worked on him for over an hour to bring him back. One nurse in particular did CPR on him for 45 minutes. I’m not a nurse nor in the medical profession, but I do have friends who are. And they say that working on someone for that long is practically unheard of.

The man who saved my friend’s life name was Greg. I never met him, but from his pictures, he appeared to be in this late 30s or early 40s. The reason I’m telling you about Greg is because he just died unexpectedly the other day. I don’t know why, but he did. And my friend is devastated. The man who worked so diligently to save his…

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