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Story: "He looked altogether changed and more importantly,having completely forgotten his past"

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Story: "He looked altogether changed and more importantly,having completely forgotten his past" Sixteen years ago, something happened that is still etched in my mind so clearly as if it were imprinted there for life.I still remember that day when i had met John.Eventhough the circumstanes were not what u cud kall good , but still I remember that day. I was on one of my late night walks through the peacefull,calm neighbourhood. While jogging across the Golden Gate Bridge I saw a man standing on the edge of the bridge, seeming like he was about to jump off.Alarmed at what he was doing I had called out to him, " Hey buddy what are you up to there.Shouldnt you be standing away form the edge" "Mind you own god dammed business", was the stern vilification he gave me. I gazed once more at the man.He was a tall man wiht a cadaverous figure.His thinning red hair and ginger moustache were quite a site to behold.Looking at his troubled face I realized that something was wrong with him. ...read more.

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You can fall 80 feet if you want but just remember that it wont change anything" Finally he surrendered himself to me as he came away form the ledge looking quite skeptical. I breathed a sigh of relief and sat with the man on a nearby bench. He told me all about his life.How he hated living such a torturous life.I heard his problems and then gave him a small pep talk about how dying wuld not change a thing.I talked to him about how I felt the same way sometimes and how i always got through it. We talked like this for about 4 hours and finally it seemed like he was satisfied.His pent up thoughts and frustrations were all out and he felt a lot better now.His body language sure seemed that way. This event was just the first meeting.I asked this man,whose name turned out to be John, to join a rehabilitation program where he could meet so many poeple going thorugh the ...read more.

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saver.He had met people who had the same thoughts and he had discussed all his problems with them.He had realized then that life was not worth destroying and had decided to change everything.Adopted a new strategy he had begun leading life as it came.Not wasting his mind about petty issues and trying to enjoy life and all it spleasures.He now had a family and was a multimillionaire. We were happily discussing his life when he said,"You saved my life and i cant thank you enough for that .I will forever be indebted to you" Hearing those words i knew that I had done something good.Something that even my grandchildren would love to hear about.Most of all he said that he had gotten over it all and I believed him now because his life seemed fantastic .Such a good natured,comical person like him deserved a chance and I am glad that I played a small part in giving him that chance to bring out the new John. ...read more.

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