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93-Year-Old WWII Veteran Visited Wife’s Grave More Than 1,300 Times Showing His Great Love

Marrying the one you love is a big responsibility that you need to take care and maintain every single day. It is a great commitment and both should submit themselves to one another and maintain a harmonious relationship. Patience and equality are essential to make the relationship grow stronger each and every day. It is always good to have somebody at your side and someone who supports you in reaching your dreams. God gives us the right match and time will come that God will allow you both to undergo a sacred ceremony which we call marriage. A successful marriage is making God as the center of the relationship and doing everything according to His will.

A 93-year-old WWII veteran named Ted Richardson met his wife Florence when they were just teenagers. However, their relationship was put in to hold as they need to separate ways during World War II. Ted always makes sure that he brings a photo of Florence every time they’re not together just to feel close to her. God has blessed their relationship and they were together for 72 years.

When Florence died, Ted did not miss a single day not to visit her grave. Her wife’s grave is situated in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Ted still needs to take 3 different buses just to reach the place but he doesn’t get tired of doing it every day. He cleans the grave and trims the grasses making sure that it is being taken cared of. Love truly conquers all and true love never fades. It is God who first showed what love can do and it was sacrificial love that He showed us when He died at the cross for our sins.

93-year-old WWII veteran takes three buses every day to visit wife’s grave
This 93-year-old veteran still visits his wife’s grave every day without fail – taking three buses each way to get there. After 72 years together, he says it’s the least he can do.

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