- Kenyans were on Saturday, March 18, woken up to a miracle
- Gladys Kamande, the woman who could not breathe on her own and suffered blindness is now healed
- A delicate surgery restored her sight and she can now breathe on her own on occassion
There are these moments in life where you see miracles happening in someone’s life and you wonder if it will ever happen to you.
You seek solace in the Bible and then you catch up with a woman in her 80s giving birth and the Chosen one rising from the dead, and you can’t help marvel at how awesome God is. He is incomprehensible, right?
But then you feel removed because all these things happened in the past, so you turn to Facebook, where you live your life, watch others live theirs because nothing much happens in yours no matter how much you hope and you pray…
The God gives you a sign. He always comes through. You came across Ndungu Nyoro’s post on Gladys Kamande’s recovery and there is this indomitable hope and lightness in you, that there is good out there. There is hope.
And it was a click away.
Nyoro told us, everyone who contributed to Kamade’s medical bills after her plight was highlighted on social media where she needed gas tanks 24/7 to breathe and was blind for five years.
She received her miracle y’all. Gladys can now see. Shall we take a minute to calm your racing hearts now? I mean, this is stuff made for Bibles and myths and God knows what else, right?
She can see. Literally see. Can see colors that we take for granted, watch news that we puuza as porojo, see the color of her food, enjoys its taste on a different level now. Things we take for granted every single day, she now celebrates.
Her miracle. Our reward. Your reward, for being humans and coming to her aid. Has there ever been a better reward in history than end of year six figure bonuses? Promtions?
Nothing comes close.
Doctors discovered clots that had been blocking her optic nerves, and after a delicate surgery, Gladys can now see again after five years of blindness.
I need a minute to say thank you to God.
For now, her lungs are being monitored because they suffered serious damage but she is somewhat well. She will now be able to breathe freelu without the machines for a few minutes but would require consistent oxygen pumping until her lungs become strong enough.
And guess what, she is due home tomorrow, Sunday, March 19, following successful treatment at the BLK Super Specialty Hospital in India..
Keep calm and wait for her personal word of thanks.