Bianca Andrade is at home after being discharged from Hospital Israelita Albert Eisntein, where she was admitted after suffering a car accident in Vida Dutra three days ago, and reflected on the disaster this Sunday (5). In a long text published on her Instagram, she said that she lived the worst day of her life and that she came to think that she would no longer have time with her son, Cris, aged 2, from her union with Fred, who was also in the vehicle. . The influencer warned that her commitment, now, is to take advantage of the opportunity she had and live more peacefully.
“Gudugo and Mamain are at home. I lived the worst day of my life and it’s impossible not to reflect deeply on everything that happened. For a second I thought I would no longer have the opportunity to continue my life with my son. The accident It was strong, the car was a total loss, but we are here, having an opportunity to continue”, she said.
Bianca explained that on the day of the accident, she was tense. “I remember that on the same day of the accident, earlier, I shared with you that I was full of meetings and had no time for almost anything. Look what fate did, it rubbed a lesson in mine. I want to enjoy it and not let it go just for me”, he warned.
“Our life after social media has become a crazy race, we blame ourselves for taking our time, we think that time is the villain, we do everything at the speed of light and if we do the opposite, we think that everything could be lost”, he pondered. “That’s where we’re wrong. We don’t know anything about this life. So we need to learn to enjoy the NOW, the present moment, what’s happening, this race against time only makes us sick and in the end, Nobody knows tomorrow. So why so much of a rush?”, he asked.
“I don’t want this rope around my neck anymore. I want to focus even more on my purpose and calm my heart. Of course, it’s easier said than done, but this is my commitment from now on and I’m not going to waste this opportunity to learn to live better. I hope you reflect on this too. Thank you for all your affection. Life goes on…”, he taught.