Can you remember the most interesting person you met?
June 5, 2007 7:15pm CST
I met this guy ten years ago and I will never forget him. I was at the bus stop and there he was staring at me. He told me that at the end of the dark path that I had to walk through was a life of great joy. He explained to me that what I was going through would make me a better and stronger person. He was right, but to this day I still wonder how he knew my business. hmmm
6 Jun 07
i met this little boy around 9 or ten years of age. he is so curios about things and always like to asked something. with his curious and playful mind. he asked me one day "Why people are living?". and i answered him with a smile. cause that moment i dont know what to say. with that young mind i cant imagine how he come with that question. he also have some funny but meaningful stories he invented, simple but as you look deep into it, you'll find it amazing. he is truly one interesting and special person. today he is not talking to me anymore, he talks to no one else. because he is busy talking with GOD.
8 Jun 07
i cant provide you a good detail about the disease..maybe you can search on about that. but here is what i know. this is according to his mom: at school Josh, was send to the school clinic because he is not feeling well. And in the afternoon that day, he was sent to home to have some rest. he was then had a check up. and the doctor said that it was just a tonsillitis. cause Diphtheria's symptoms is a swelling tonsil. after 2-3 days the swelling got worse and he cant barely speak. then he was sent to another hospital for another check up..then he was diagnosed of Diphtheria. the disease attack the esophagus and make it swell. diphtheria some mistaken as tonsillitis,..but it was too late.. he got worse and worse..and he didnt make it within a week. so after a week or less..God took away his pain, and let him set with Him.
• United States
7 Jun 07
The most interesting person that I can remember meeting is a man that was dressed like a bag man who drove a beat up station wagon, but was very well spoken, which seemed somewhat odd, to me. He was twlling me about some things that was going to take place in the city that we lived in. I would see him on occasion and listen to him and was amazed at the things that he told me would happen. I later found out that he was a retired executive and that he dressed that way as an experiment to see if anyone would listen to what he had to say, if he was not dressed in a suit and tie. He stated that except for me, most people never gave him the time of day. By the way, everthing that he told me would happen, did happen. Never judge the book by the cover.