It took four days for the inevitable to happen.
Her friend died in the hospital. The official cause of death was liver and kidney failure.
The real cause was shame.
Everyone knew what caused the woman’s shame. Many tried to help while it was happening. Several tried to intervene in the aftermath.
The woman had encountered a string of bad luck. Some of it was avoidable, some of it was the pressure of life. One loss after another and she gave up.
As she spiraled into self-destruction, those who had tried to help grew silent, giving up on helping her much as she had given up on helping herself.
She was a kind and lovely person. Her friends tried to help her and now they are going to bury her.
Many of them are asking if they had done enough to help her.
The truth is they did, she simply did not respond.
Yet the reason many of her friends feel badly is they know there were times when they withheld the kind words that were on their lips, because they knew she wasn’t listening.
And deep down, everyone knows they should have said the words nevertheless.
Because if you are intent on changing something that appears to be beyond repair you have to be unreasonable. You have to do everything that occurs to you, when it occurs to you.
Leave nothing on the table.
Sometimes the problem will respond to the solution after everyone has given up.
Many times it will not.
But you will have no cause for regret.
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