There are ads all over CNN, showing Piers Morgan asking the question, “how did Slash, former Guns’N'Roses guitar player, survive 10 years of heavy drug and acohol use while several others died”. Slash survived binges which included non-stop days of heavy drug and alcohol binges that could have killed the mere mortal. But yet he lived and continues to live. Hearing stories like that help me come to terms with the death of my youngest brother, Ogbogu, at the young age of 29. He didn’t live anywhere near the wild sort of life that Slash did, but he lost his life. It was his time to go. That’s just the way it is. I have had to come to terms with that. My entire family has had to come to terms with his death. It’s been a year and it still hurts. We just have to keep putting one foot in front of the other on the journey to healing.
The truth is that if it’s not your time to go, it’s not your time to go. If it’s not your time to die, you cannot die. There are so many stories of men and women surviving situations in which most others would have died. It just further proves that it wasn’t their time to die. More power to Slash. He proves that there is a God watching over all of us. He calls up when our time is up.
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