A good life; first wrong then right

A good life; first wrong then right

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Andreas Eklöf By andreaseklof Updated Oct 26, 2015

The clock said 00.30 and it knocked on the door. Josef got up suprised from the bed. "That is weird, everybody knows that I sleep at this time at night. Yes, even on Fridays." He got dressed and put on his cap to try to hide his head that now only had a few hairs left. This had been going on a few years and started in the beard with small empty spots. Now, all facial- and head hair was gone. Even eyebrows, eyelashes and some gone on arms, legs and chest.

Josef opened the door and there were his landlord, and closest friend too, through these turbulent years. The landlord said; "Now, take your clothes off." "What," Josef thought. "What in the world is this?" Quickly he closed the door and locked it, even though the landlord lived next door with keys and everything.

It was time. "That is enough".

"The story of Josef Abram and his turning point in life, has helped me a lot personally and I hope that it also reaches you, dear readers."
Andreas Eklöf
A GOOD LIFE - first wrong then right
ISBN 978-91-7611-030-0