September 2, 2017: Continue
When he realized he would never see, hear, touch or smell him again, he felt as if his heart stopped forever, but it continued to beat.
When he received notice that his job was no longer his, a mountain of debt struck panic in every corner of his body, but his heart continued to beat.
When lightening struck, thunder roared and the earth quaked, his home crumbled into pieces and he watched his past and future die before his eyes, but his heart continued to beat.
When his refuge was raided and destroyed by bandits and evil, he knew he had been betrayed by humanity, but his heart continued to beat.
When he was attacked by the law with stones and pellets because of his long beard and white kufi, he felt the tides of injustice crush his faith, but his heart continued to beat.
The only thing keeping his spirit within him is his heart, continuing to beat until something, something unbeknownst to him, has its final say.