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Irina Fernandez's husband: "I don't know what it will be like from now on" - Current Affairs

Irina Fernandez’s husband: “I don’t know what it will be like from now on” – Current Affairs

Irina Fernandez’s husband once again remembered his companion, who died on July 23.

Through a text posted on social media, Roy once again influenced those who still follow Irina’s page, even after her death.

“Sometimes it feels like life has stopped. Meanwhile it started again, but with half a gas. Sometimes I feel like I’m way behind everyone else. It’s like they are all 100 hours and I can’t go more than 50 hours.

Fuck how I miss you. I’m the one who talks a lot about our ability to adapt, to deal with the unexpected and the unexpected. We’ve talked about it many times. I now have a tough challenge on my hands. Re-plan my life. Our life. The new goals, some from the old too, adapt to a new reality, now without you, after so many plans and some dreams together.

I know it’s possible, and history and the world is full of examples that it’s possible. But damn, that’s hard. They say it seems that I have prepared myself or that life has been preparing me for it. But it seems. There is no preparation. Not when you love and dream like us. There are things that help you get up, adapt, carry on and live. But as I said to our son once when he confessed to me that he was not prepared for your death: We are never ready for someone to die. Be one year old or 100 years old.

We had a few good years together. Incredible story together. Up and down like everyone else. But what united us was greater than any division. Even greater than death. Biggest break ever. I know that now. I don’t want to know, I admit. But now I know that love unites what not even death can separate. And what crushes me is exactly what drives me. this love.

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I don’t know how it will be from now on. Like I told you, I’m going to have to rephrase a few things. Adapt to another reality. But it’s one day at a time. Live in the present moment. with a goal. Using your words: “I take more risks. Even if I’m afraid, I’ll go. Even if I don’t feel like it, I feel like it. I don’t want to miss opportunities. Love more. For others and others and me. I try to love without judgment. Realize that everyone has their time I live longer,” it can be read.

Tania Ribas de Oliveira was one of several public figures who responded to the post. “Roy, one day your words will make a book. This will help and inspire many families. Thanks‘ wrote the presenter.

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