First, our father abandoned us, then we lost our mother, now God is taking away our brother. Our life has been riddled with tragedies. Ravi is still young. He has a life to live. We don’t want to let anything ruin that for him.
Kumar, Ravi and I (Raju) are brothers. We lost our mother in 2007. With nobody to care about us, we began living a bachelor’s life. We dined out all the time as we did not know how to cook, and we could not manage with our schedule. By 2009, Ravi began to have kidney issues. Although we tried our best to take care of him, his condition has deteriorated. We will lose him if he does not get a kidney transplant.
If only we learned to cook, Ravi wouldn’t be paying this price
He needs dialysis 3 days a week
My brother doesn’t have much time
The doctors have told us that he does not have much time left. Although the dialysis is keeping him alive, it has its own side effects. His organs will eventually be affected, and there will be nothing left to do. If we act now, get him a kidney transplant, my 28-year-old brother can live the rest of his life. He can be healthy. He can go to work. He can get married and have a family. He can fulfill his dreams.