One Liter of Tears – A Young Girl’s Fight for Life (Aya’s Diary). Tankobon Softcover. $ 1 Liter of Tears – Aya’s Diary of the Girls Continue the Fight Against. Introduction to Kito Aya and Her Diary木 藤 亜 也 (Aya Kito)(July – May 23, ) went into eternal sleep at the age of 26, surrounded by flower. 12 quotes from Aya Kito: ‘I want to be like the air. Aya Kito quotes Showing of “I want to be like the air. tags: 1-litre-of-tears, a-diary-of-tears · 51 likes.
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I was very disappointed with those evolved in her education.
The same caregiver continues to look after Aya today. Bitterly disappointed, Aya’s mother told me that her classmates were helping her go up and down the stairs when she moved to another classroom and saying.
I feel lonely when someone brings me my food and I eat it diay on my own, but sometimes my brothers and sisters come and eat with me. When I was a second grader at Okayo, I could still walk and thought I could find employment. They quickly dried off my body and got me into my pajamas.
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ays When she told me in a sad voice that Aya was going to move, I felt a lump in my throat. I wonder what she thought when she overheard us? But what could we do?
In the early stage of her illness, we felt a sense of security because it was part of Nagoya University Hospital. I also worked hard for the Christmas party, eager to entertain everyone. The words might have ruined that beautiful rainbow.
Low to High Price: I’m sorry for causing you such anxiety. Then I won’t have to suffer so much mental agony that I can’t get to sleep at night. A normal person would put out their arms to break the fall, but my face hit the ground directly.
I wonder if he responds like that to ordinary people?
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I was so worried you mnight give up on me because I haven’t recovered, even though I’ve stayed in the hospital twice and used the new medicine. But I want to still be alive at that age! We ate to our hearts’ content and laughed happily. Chika-chan, my senior at boarding school, had polio. I pushed my way through the doctor and the crowd of nurses who were gathered around Aya’s bed.
I’ve only been here for a short period, but I’ll never forget you all. I had tried to say various things to motivate them.
Today, she can’t even do that. All I have is my deteriorating body. A middle-aged woman called me. On the contrary, I want to live. I was scared again. I realized that I was digging my own grave. Od was oriented toward preparation for university entrance examinations. I want to become better at it and become a close friend.
That discourages me, because I start worrying I ayx make myself understood properly. The website with the previous diary entries.
I also thought that it was a sign of recovery if it started again after six months. The general manager afficiently arranged a room for her and contacted the H. This morning, I fell over again and got a nasty bang on my chin.
I like the interns because it’s fun when we talk about books or friends, but they become different during those visits when they peer at me with curiousity. We could talk openly about the very serious symptoms of the disease, and knowing in advance what would come next made it easier to decide what to do next. I felt depressed when I saw the gray walls and black buildings.
When I looked in the mirror, I realized I now have the same hairstyle diaary Dr. So if u are reading,please take note. Something inside my body seems to be going wrong. I’ll master the operation of the wheel chair and go out in it before I enter the school for handicapped. Do you have anyone in mind? They had an indescribable expression on their faces!
If someone can’t do anything by themselves, and has to have other people look after them inorder od live, can you say they are leading a social life?
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Those tests would provide a better analysis of the symptoms. Thirdly, my work is extremely stressful leaving me no time to translate the book. While advising Aya to keep her notes in a diary and organize them into a book, I was concerned about the fact that there wasn’t much I could do to help her. But I want to live. Her words-“As long as I’m a doctor, I won’t turn my back on you”-were so reassuring! For some reason, we had a bonus of sweet red bean rice and a cup-steamed egg custard for dinner.
As for me, after three months, I’m leading a hospital life again-in order to start over by repairing the damage to my body.
I hear she is loved by everyone wherever she goes, and her caregiver looks after her with warmth and compassion.