Last night, I decided to fill in my leisure time by watching a Japanesse drama based on true story namely; 1 Litre of Tears. To be honest, I never thought that I would be so this melancolic but, I was crying all the times for each episode.
“To be able to smile and tell everyone this; i have, atleast, cried one litre of tears. ” – Kitou Aya
I was — foremost inspired by how Kitou Aya cope with her incurable disease “spinocerebellar cerebellum” which occurs when parts of the nervous system that control movement are damaged. While at the moment her struggle inspired those around her too.
I still remember how she asked why she was chosen to have spinocerebellar cerebellum? which I think because she was special. Not only that, she also have caring friends, family and loved ones. These people sincerely go hand in hand in helping and supporting her to get though hard times.
Watching this awesome based on real story drama, makes me incessently being more grateful.
Alhamdulillah. Especially knowing the fact that I am still be able to walk like other normal people, I can speak clearly and enjoy every moment to the fullest.
Also, since it happened from 1977 to 1988, I still think the way people used to communicate to each other is a lot better than today’s. Cell-phone is merely used to send messeges and calls, there was still a telephone machine, people gained information from conventional way and of course they rapt in better quality time.
Overall, this true story is blaring deep into my heart. I would give 9 stars out of 10.