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Binati Sheth
@Binati_Sheth · 4:59
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Personal story time - Making radical changes (TW).

The weirdness of existence as a whole. Hello. Swell. And this is a personal share. Feel free to click off if that's not something you are into. Very recently, and this is not even a month ago, a 2007 year old son of my mother's friend. He passed away from a heart attack. And I did not know Rushl very well. I just used to meet him every time we would go to andabad to meet my mother's friends

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@Binati_Sheth

I know you only knew him sort of at a distance, but I'm sorry for the pain and the difficulty trying to make sense of it. Right. I've only heard these kinds of stories. I've never been as close to one as you are. In this case, somebody who exercised all of their lives and dropped from a heart attack while jogging, or somebody who did all the things you're not supposed to do and lived well over 100
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Binati Sheth
@Binati_Sheth · 3:16

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I mean, everyone that was going there at the prayer meet, uncle was auntie was just sitting in the she was in Mumbai wedding, shopping for her son when she got the call that she doesn't have a son anymore. And there were no flights, nothing. No, sort of because it's summer vacations here and everything is booked, she had to take a cab. And it's so difficult
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@Binati_Sheth

And so when we normally find comfort in the doctors knowing something, when there's these unexplained things, it just sort of I don't know. It makes me feel adrift or unmoored in some way. And like I said, as much as I like to ride the waves or appreciate the uncertainty, the ambiguity of things, you need those anchor points to some extent to sort of make sense of the world, to sort of frame things. And without them, there's no context
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