Genuine love is, indeed, one of the most beautiful things in this world. It allows couples to surpass hardships together, and it makes their relationships stronger.
Genuine love goes beyond what others would call as limitations, and its power never fails to amaze people.
Clark Fudolig and Millie Jane Tique finally had their church wedding on July 12, 2017 after being together for 14 years. The two got hitched and had a civil wedding in 2004, and they now have a 12-year old daughter named Cane Krissie Jirmei.
Sadly, Clark was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2014, but Millie only found out in May, 2017 that he was dying soon, according to her sister-in-law. On the day of their church wedding, Clark was wearing a blue barong, and he was sitting happily on his wheelchair while watching his beautiful bride walk down the aisle.
Millie was able to give her wedding vows for Clark, and she thanked him “for never giving up, for fighting back, for struggling to live.” She also made a heartfelt promise to him saying, “I promise to love you and stay with you until the end.”
Clark did not have the chance to say his wedding vows though, and he was not able to kiss the bride one last time because he was rushed from the University of the Philippines Diliman Parish of the Holy Sacrifice to the Philippine Heart Center where he eventually passed away.
Millie and Clark barely made it through the rites during their church wedding, but their genuine and unconditional love for each other is more than enough. They have an epic love story that is so rare nowadays, and it is tragic, but beautiful nonetheless.
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THE UNCONDITIONAL LOVE Clark and Millie Jane Tique- Fudolig / JULY 12 2017"pangako ka sayo na hindi ako susuko sa laban natin…Ikaw lang ang mamahalin ko hanggang sa huli…"Clark & Millie initially had their civil wedding rites and they promised each other that they will eventually have their church wedding, but unfortunately Clark was recently diagnosed in the United states with cancer. The doctors gave him weeks to live. He decided to go back to the Philippines to spend his time with his family. They both wanted to fulfill their promise to each other. To have their church wedding.On July 12, 2017 they finally full filled their promise to each other at the Parish of the Holy Sacrifice in UP campus. We were blessed to be able to capture their inspiring love story. During the preparation at the hotel, I can feel that clark is pain but despite the pain he still managed to smile and beam with happiness and love for his family. Millie even asked Clark if they will still push through going to the church or just stay at the hotel and ask the priest to come over. But Clark with all his dedication and strength said that he would still go to the church and finish the ceremony. During ceremony Clark is had a hard time breathing and was feeling uncomfortable, her mother even held him to support his head during the ceremony. He kept on fighting to fulfill his promise. After the mass he wasn't in his best condition anymore and they decided to bring him to the hospital. They told us to go straight to the reception, and they will just follow if Clark`s situation gets better, After 2-3 hours we heard that Clark was placed in the ICU. And exactly 11:46pm at that same day. Clark , our groom passed away.It's a bittersweet ending that proves that true love sacrifices and love endures everything despite of any condition or situation.Life is eternal and love is immortal; And death is only a horizon, And a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight
Posted by Raymon John G. Orlanda on Monday, July 17, 2017