We all live in a world where everything is handed to us by our mercy but what happens if such privilege is taken away from us like a candy. Some of us are born with sicknesses where we depend on borrowed air. They didn’t ask that at all. But yet, here we are living our lives as though we actually owe it not minding how many people out there would wish to be in our shoes and walk in it for just a day.
There’s this guy who was just transferred to a hospital due to his chronic illness which prevents him from touching or getting too close to people else he dies. The amount of bacteria accumulated in his body have grown so smart that they adapt and feed on the slightest penicillin. His friends, family and associates left him to die in there. But then, there’s this girl that moves in too with the same type of sickness. You could say she’s the most beautiful creature you’ve ever seen with the finest skins ever but she lived on borrowed air and at any time her lungs could give up.
Who ever expected such a beautiful lady with such diseases but nature ain’t fair. It does what it does and boom lives are taken. But there’s a force it creates which becomes one of the strongest forces you’ve ever beheld or felt.
The guy tries ending his life because nothing meant nothing to him anymore, he climbs ontop of the roof and prepares to throw himself off. But then she walks by and tries talking him out from ending a life he thought was worthless. And thereafter, love came into the picture but funny enough, they always had to stand five Feets Apart which sucked alot. But hell no, life’s too short to live your life under the influence of some rules or living on what people would say. We stand in a world given a gift and that’s a choice to do things that eventually makes us happy no matter what even though it costs us our lives because yeah, we’re all gonna die at some point and the scary part is, nobody actually when his gonna die or not. So why waste your life living unhappily rather than grabbing the best out from it…
I love my life along with everyone. But don’t let circumstances hold you down or prevent you from doing things that makes you smile. It is better dying with a smile on your face than dying without one. There’s a difference.