“For my days have been consumed in smoke, and my bones have been scorched like a hearth. My heart has been smitten like grass and has withered away, indeed, I forget to eat my bread” (Psalm 102:3-4).
Psalm 102I had heard stories about heart attacks–how your chest tightens, how a sharp pain would seize the left side of your chest, how the underside of your arms would grow numb and tingle. But until it happens to you, you can’t fully understand the overarching mental and emotional drama that overtakes you. Death stares you in the face, and your life flashes before your eyes.