One was born addicted to drugs and went through painful withdrawal.
One needed a feeding tube to eat.
They both had parents who loved them.
The doctors did what they could with the knowledge they possessed.
There was a point when there was nothing else to do.
Both babies lived.
So what did these two babies have in common?
What their loving parents couldn’t give them and the doctors couldn’t administer.
The will to live!
To take a single breath.
And then another.
To cry in pain and grasp for solace.
All the while they were breathing.
Driven by their innate survival instinct – to cling to life above all else.
I hope neither baby grows up to lose sight of that drive!
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