“She’s an overcomer. Septic shock, Two bone marrow transplants, graft vs. Host disease and 325 days away from home in the hospital. God is so good to us through it all and Leah is proof of his mercy and grace! I do not own the rights to this song.” says the caption of the video.
Leah, with Severe Congenital neutropenia, is a 5-year-old girl. She had her 1st bone marrow transplant on 2/7/14 and her 2nd on 3/29/16. She is recovering from GVHD.
A condition that causes affected individuals to be prone to recurrent infections is severe congenital neutropenia. People who suffer from this have a shortage of neutrophils, which plays a major role in inflammation and in fighting infection.
You can see a hero who is winning these heroic battles below.
We should count our blessing more often as we all have everything we need and it’s always enough. If we think we need more we will surely regret at the end.
While people around the world struggle for food and water, we are given choices of food and water.
So, always be thankful for what we have, we want more, but we’re really lucky to be alive in this world.
This heartbreaking video is all what I need to see today,
You can follow Leah on her Facebook page and pray for her.
the source used: dailypositiveinfo.com