If I have to die, why do I suffer so much?
If I have to die, why do I suffer so much?
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When Maya was pregnant with this little angel, she lost her legs. Doctors said that if she gives birth, she won't survive. But Maya decided that if it was destined to happen, it was better for her to die than to kill her unborn child. She survived and gave birth to a beautiful boy - Saba. However, the decision to keep the child turned into a nightmare for her. For three years now, she has been suffering from unbearable pain, sometimes unable to stand on her feet. Only the tender word "mommy" brings her back to life.
"If I had the possibility to buy all the medications prescribed by doctors, to undergo all the procedures they recommend, maybe I wouldn't be so helpless, and I wouldn't always have to rely on others," says Maya, while tears choke her words.
- Maya, when did your pains start?
Maya: As my mom says, she never even took me to the polyclinic. I never had even a simple cold in my childhood, let alone anything serious. In school, everyone had the flu, sore throats - but I didn't miss a single day. But now, I've been sick for all these "healthy" years of my life. During pregnancy, my legs started to hurt. I couldn't walk, they felt numb. These attacks started happening more frequently, and eventually, I couldn't stand on my feet. Doctors said that giving birth was very dangerous for me, that I might not even survive. But I couldn't bring myself to end the life of my child just for the sake of my own. In this most difficult period for me, my husband left me... don't ask why - I don't know. Maybe he didn't want to live with a sick woman. And I was left alone with a little child. If it weren't for my mom, we wouldn't have survived long ago. She practically raised my son and took care of me.
- May God bless her with health!
Maya: She's an angel not only for me but also for my brother, his son, and for her niece - 30-year-old Mariam. Mariam is an orphan. Besides us, she has no relatives, and my mom took her in. Mariam is not healthy either; she has intellectual disabilities and underdeveloped limbs.
- Maya, how do you manage to sustain yourself?
Maya: My mother brings food from the canteen. The government decided to suspend our income support. I don't know why we were punished like this. I couldn't find out the reason. Maybe you could help? I can't go out to sort it out, and my mother can't stand for hours and beg for assistance as if it's charity.
Being sick in Georgia is like a punishment! Medicines are very expensive, and visiting a doctor is even more costly. To go to the hospital by taxi, you need to be a millionaire. I won't be able to get on the bus with my crutches. Who would even let me on there? I have a catheter in me.
- How much is your pension?
Maya: I don't receive one. I guess I'm not sick enough. I can't pass the evaluation commission due to confusion with the polyclinics. I don't have the money, nor the strength. Everyone yells at me everywhere, and I can't think as quickly as I used to. I don't want to curse anyone, but if someone, God forbid, experienced the same pain as me, would they remain sane? Yet, they yell at me if I don't understand something. Both the doctors and the "social workers."
- Tell us, Maya, what do you need today to feel a little better?
Maya: I urgently need medical examinations. I also need funds for treatment and medication. We need groceries and many other things. But first and foremost, I need an MRI to understand how to proceed with treatment. Perhaps you can help me resolve the issues with the pension and the allowance? If we receive these funds, I won't have to worry about my child going hungry!
-What would you say to all those people who can help?
Maya: I wish everyone not to fall ill, but to be attentive to those who are suffering. When I was healthy, I also didn't understand what it's like to endure pain. When it doesn't subside, a person becomes so vulnerable that even one harsh word can bring tears to their eyes. When they tell me, "Get up, deal with it, you're not the only one in such a condition," I start crying. It's not like I chose this fate?! Am I to blame for falling sick and being unable to do anything?
Maya is like an envoy from God, reminding us to care for her. Perhaps the actions and kindness we show her will be our salvation? By saving her body, we also save our own souls in the process!
Each of us can make a contribution and help those in need of support and care. By doing good to others, we also do good to ourselves, get closer to God, and make this world a better place for everyone. Maya needs material assistance for her treatment, as well as much-needed medications, groceries, and diapers.
Always remember that by doing good, we not only save someone else's souls but also our own. Let's together make this world kinder, and Maya's story will become another example of how our care and support can change this world for the better.
If you want to visit the family and provide help in person, here is their address: Tbilisi, Kupradze street,26 flat 2nd entrance, 3rd floor, apartment 301.
Our problems are nothing if compared... Here are true misfortunes, in front of your eyes! Just thank the Lord for what you have. You are the happiest person in the world! Remember this and help those in need.
Unfortunately, problems of this and other families do not end here and now... Therefore, from time to time, look through the stories of unhappy people on our website, and talk to them. Every time you dial the Phone of an unhappy person, God is blessing you! For sure! Go on helping these families! This is the best service to the Lord!
Friends, there is one more request: if you know about the misfortune of a neighbor or friend do a godly deed, drop us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your kindness is a chance for yourself to be happy!
Friends, thanks again to each of you!
Our Fund’s accounts are:
In Bank of Georgia #GE64BG0000000470458000
In TBC Bank #GE15TB7194336080100003
In Liberty Bank #GE42LB0115113036665000
(Purpose: Maya Kapanadze)
You can also transfer money from our website: TБC Bank (GeoPay), Bank of Georgia (e-commerce), Liberty Bank (PayGe), PayPal.
It is also possible to transfer money from TBCpay, ExpressPay and PayBox (OPPA) terminals. Find our Fund under "Charity" section (you can read more about rights and responsibilities of the Fund following the link https://goo.gl/GY2Gus).
Even if you dial once this special number, it might save someone's life: 0901200270 ! God bless you! Let's believe that by helping others, we take care of our own souls and draw closer to Lord through the suffering that we share with them!