A certain kind of veneration is required to thank people who have big hearts and even bigger will to do something for others. While it’s certain and required for one to love thyself before they love others, time and again people have proved that love is the ultimate supreme and that nothing comes in the way of that.
As they say, if you have been touched by love, you don’t really die, your love lives on forever.
Just minutes before dying on 22-December 2017, a woman said her wedding vows and married the love of her life. Her pictures – which are now viral on the internet – are moving people to tears and also giving them hope for tomorrow.
Heather Mosher married David Mosher at St Francis Hospital in Connecticut, a place where she was being taken care of. Her last and final words before dying were her wedding vows.
“Nobody thought she would’ve made it that far. She proved them all wrong and that’s what that photo says to me.” David told WFSB. “It reminds me of someone who is crossing the finish line of a marathon or something,” he added.
Heather and David met in 2015, but just after a year of being together, they found out that Heather was suffering from terminal breast cancer.
On 23rd December, 2016, the same day Heather was diagnosed, David decided to propose to her. He told WFSB:
“She didn’t know I was going to propose that night, but I said to myself, she needs to know she’s not going to go down this road alone.”
As for the proposal it was as romantic as it could get:
“A pair of draft horses, a carriage, and I arranged it all for that night. We went out on the carriage ride and I proposed to her under a street light.”
They had originally planned on getting married on 30th December, but Heather’s condition worsened as the cancer spread. They moved the wedding up to 22nd December.
Her wedding vows were the last words she said. She passed away merely 18 hours after the ceremony.
Heather chose to spend her last hours celebrating surrounded by people she loved and who loved her. How do I know God is real? Because He was filling her with joy despite the fact that outwardly her body was failing. She chose to let God carry her, instead of wasting her last hours angry at him for allowing this illness. And carry her he did. He carried her home.
The pictures were all clicked by her bridesmaid Christina Lee and show us how happy she was.