Love what matters

Discover inspiring stories that remind us of the power of love and how it can make a difference in our lives. Explore heartwarming tales that will touch your heart and make you appreciate what truly matters.
‘I love you to the moon. See you tomorrow.’ But tomorrow never came. ‘Paula, he was in an accident. He’s dead.’: Woman loses husband in motorcycle accident – Love What Matters Love, Love At First Sight, I Am Still Here, See You, Husband, To The Moon, The Moon, Love What Matters, I Love You

“It was one of Noel’s friends. The friend who is supposed to call if anything bad were to happen. I answered with a laugh ‘Hi, what happened now?’ He was a great rider and it seemed impossible that one day he was here and the next he was gone.”

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Arlene Wise
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"Around 6 a.m., I heard her crying by my bed. 'Mommy, my head hurts, my throat hurts, and my chest hurts really bad.' This child never cried. She was breathing weird and for a bit, I thought she was being dramatic. Then in her weak, sweet, little voice, she asked, 'Mommy, am I going to die?' Something wasn't sitting right. Every few seconds, she would say, 'Mommy' or 'Hello,' just so I knew she was doing okay."

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Neilani Kane
‘He has no chance of surviving.’ There was fluid around his heart, lungs, and brain. They didn’t believe the pregnancy was viable, but he was SO loved already.’: Mom births baby with Down syndrome – Love What Matters Down Syndrome, Lunges, Developmental Delays, Love, Second Child, Down Syndrome Baby, Third Baby, Down Syndrome Kids, Pediatrician

"My husband and I always said we wouldn’t terminate a pregnancy. But then we were called into 'the bad news room.' They said, ‘There’s a chance of your baby having Down syndrome.' We didn't know if he would make it."

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Arlene Wise
‘Mommy, why was Charlie calling me Rich Boy?’ I want, more than anything, to give my children watermelon baskets.’: Mom teaches son ‘rich can mean many different things’ – Love What Matters

"The other day one of my son’s friends, who has been spending a lot of time at our house, called him 'Rich Boy.' At the time, my son really didn’t have much to say about it, but at bedtime something was on his mind that he needed help sorting out. 'Mommy, why was Charlie calling me Rich Boy?' ​I felt tears begin to sting my eyes and clenched my toes to will them back into place."

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Suzanne Chappell