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How much i care

Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by manyusi, Sep 29, 2010.

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    manyusi JF-Expert Member

    Sep 29, 2010
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    I received this and I decide to pass it to you. Whether it’s a true life story or not, I don’t know, but the lesson is there for everyone to learn, including me and you, you, you, you and every other person.


    A Couple has been married for 5 years now. They have a 2 year daughter.

    Like any couple they have their ups and downs, that's life.

    One day just after they had a fight over their differences of opinion, the wife went shopping at the local mall, where she bumped into her ex-boyfriend from varsity. After a chit-chat, she discovered he was doing well for himself in business. They exchanged numbers. From that day on, they started talking daily over the phone. Plans were made to meet, but where, when?

    That's when the ex-boyfriend came up with a plan that they should meet in Cape Town to spend a week together. The ex-boyfriend would organize everything; the plane tickets and a nice beach holiday resort for them to enjoy.

    She would have to lie to her husband, saying she is going to a conference in Cape Town for a week.

    Her husband took her to the airport on Sunday evening. 2 hours later she was met in Cape Town by her ex-boyfriend who had arranged a very romantic evening with her. After the romantic evening they went back to the resort, made love without a condom, of course they have known each other for a very long time.

    For the next 5 days they had a wonderful time jollying / quad biking, up the mountain in the cable car, swimming and sun bathing etc, wining and dining at the Capes top cafe's and restaurants, something she had rarely done with her husband.

    They enjoyed everything money could buy, until she left on Saturday afternoon back to Johannesburg .

    They used different flights to avoid being seen together (you know people talk). She was waiting in the airport for her husband to fetch her, when she received a call from her ex-boyfriend, who told her he was HIV-positive and that it was not a co-incidence when they met at the mall.

    The reason why he infected her with the disease was because he was jealous of the family she has and the beautiful woman she had become and the fact that he was financially successful but he is not happy because he knows that he is dying.

    At that moment she just stood there and froze; thinking about what to do, as it was already too late to take anti-retroviral. She could lay a charge against him; it would only expose her for cheating on her husband.

    That's when she took a taxi to her best friend's house. She told her friend everything that had happened and ask for advice. The friend advised her to come clean with her husband, tell the truth, she has just lost everything and has nothing more to lose. She then phoned her husband and explained every thing.

    To my surprise, the husband collected his wife from her friend's house; he sat down with her and told her how much he loves her and reminded her of the vows he took at church and that it was a terrible mistake she has made, which unfortunately she has to pay for it with her life.

    He told her that he is never going to leave her; he has forgiven her and will stick by her side no matter what happens.

    Now she stays in another bedroom and he shares his bedroom with their daughter.

    What is currently happening is, the wife is terribly sick and might die at anytime. He told me this because he was asking me for prayer support, because he believes that a group of friends praying together, the stronger the prayer might be.

    And the other reason was that I should let you guys know of such happenings as a warning to anyone contemplating cheating, to weigh up if it's worth it!

    As I sit and think about this experience, I thought to my self: why him?

    But I can not seem to come up with an answer. Then there is a lesson here;" You never know what you've got until....

    "The morale of the story is? As people, we tend to undermine those who love us for a moment's pleasure (we are never aware when we are loved).

    We keep on chasing waterfalls rather than sticking to the rivers, where we can swim with ease.

    To all my brothers and sisters, love the one you are with... pass it on!!!

    The beauty of life does not depend on how happy you are, but how happy others can be because of you..

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    Lady JF-Expert Member

    Sep 30, 2010
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    Its really a good lesson, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU'VE GOT UNTIL YOU LOSE IT!