Love – the Story of Zach: Miracle Monday 5

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By June Perkins

The miracle of love enables us to let go when we cannot change things.

Love for eternity knows no boundaries and no end.

Over the weekend I was deeply moved watching the story of Zach which aptly illustrates the kind of love I am talking about.

“Zach Sobiech, at the age of 14, found out he had a rare form of terminal cancer. So he became a rock star, and millions of people got to see his music before he passed away on May 20, 2013. This is his beautiful story.”

You can find the rest of his story by going HERE, and be warned you will need some tissues for this one.

Zach’s story teaches so much about letting people we know that we care, about living life to the full as if everyday is our last but not selflishly, selflessly.

It’s about being happy, no matter what, even if death is visible at life’s door.

Zach’s song ‘Clouds’, continues to raise money and awareness about cancer and how it effects families.

Fly onward on your spiritual journey, in peace and song Zach!

As for my own story of the Miracle of Love, I think it would have to be the story of how my parents met and ignoring all the people who said they shouldn’t be together because of cultural and colour differences, married and had me.

This is a story I am still working on finding out more about.

Do you have a story to share about the miracle of love?

Published by June

Writer, photographer, lover of unity in diversity in thought and humanity - poet by nature, world citizen

2 thoughts on “Love – the Story of Zach: Miracle Monday 5

  1. I’m so glad you shared this story, June–much to be learned from Zach; he possessed great wisdom and peace and beauty, for such a young man.


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