One of my least favorite words in the English dictionary is the word liability. Although I have learned to come to terms with the fact that fate’s roll of the dice chose to afflict me with many various health issues, the trouble it has put upon my family members depresses me every living moment. Choosing to stay strong and being willing to face everything life throws at me does not make the least bit of change in my life when I get reduced to a liability on the shoulders of my family. I did not choose to be born like this, yet I must make the very best of what I have been blessed with.
The saying, “money cannot buy happiness” must have surely been uttered by someone who never had to live under debt. Sometimes when I remember all of the sacrifices my family has made for me, tears start streaming down my face even though I do not realize it. This is because I know deep inside I have never been able to repay them for all that they have done for me. As a devout daughter, I wish nothing more than to help my family get out of debt, yet my physical disabilities prevent me from achieving this singular dream of mine. I deeply yearn to show my family the happiness in life that they deserve. I pray to one day be on the right path to making good decisions for my family so that I may one day be able to see them prosper once they escape the clutches of debt and financial problems.
Ever since I was born, I did not want to ever be at the mercy of others. Even today, I would never ask someone else to show me generosity because I would want them to help others who are far worse than me. However, my love for my family knows no bounds. I have gone through waves and waves of emotional pain as I continue to pen down my thoughts. Your charity, your generosity and kindness through your donations would give me a glimpse of hope that through the support of people like you, I along with my family would be able to get out of debt. I plead to you all help me please! I only hope I can one day repay you for all of your kindness and support should you wish to extend it to me. Thank you!