6 Replies to “Old man looks at wife of 59 years and says ‘I know you can’t hear me, but I love you’”

  1. I have lost my husband to cancer..my best friend…companion of 44yrs. Always together n it’s devastating.. Lonely but glad I stayed working like he told me cus u can get so sad n lonely alone. But the good Lord puts people on ur path that help along the way..gonna be 2 yrs in October. My prayers for him. AMEN

  2. One of the most beautiful things I have ever read! So emotional and truthful!

  3. Ii understand this love story.,we have been married 61years and 6 mts. We have walked together, prayed together and faced lives ups and downs hand and hand. We had sorrow with the sudden death of a son age38 and death of a grandson age 34 .I don’t know the future but but we will face it hand in hand and two hearts that beat as one. Thanks for your beautiful story.

  4. I can only imagine the heartbreak, fear, loneliness and uncertainty for an older person or persons in that situation. At a time like that, they will need a whole lot of Love And Support to help them get through those times, or need answers for any questions, or even just to talk and just be there. We are all humans and need someone to lean on sometimes. 😪😥😑🤗🙏❤💜🙌📖🕯💖

  5. By chance I run across this story as my Aunt of age 75, had a major stroke on June 24,2020. As of today June 25 she’s still surviving that stroke, leaving her completely paralyzed on her left side . Her husband of 59 years, is so totally lost without her being @ home with him 😢 In a time of COVID-19 Pandemic he’s not allowed to be @ the hospital with her except 1/2 hr daily 😢 He’s grieving himself sick not knowing exactly what to pray for ? God take her home with you to no pain or sickness or God please leave her here on earth so that I can spend the rest of my days with her !! I can see that being him in that chair 😓😓😓😓

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