Music producer Tedd Josiah has opened up on how the death of his wife Regina Katar who died in October 2017 leaving him a three month old baby, changed his life completely.
Death changes who we are completely - Tedd Josiah opens up on transition after wife’s death
Why would God be so cruel?
In an Instagram post seen by Pulse Live, Mr Tedd mentioned that death changes people, making them to realize that some things they think are valuable are just irrelevant.
“When we come face to face with death it changes who we are completely and the things we held dear become so irrelevant in your life’s goals. We are forced to come face to face with soul changing pain, mind shifting depression and character altering moments” he said.
I was mad at God
The Creative director revealed that he was mad at God, abused him because he couldn’t understand why he would be so cruel to take away his wife.
“I recall sitting in my car alone with a three month old baby in a shawl wondering what is she going to eat? Why God would be so cruel to me when I’d totally changed my life settled down and become the best i could be for a woman I loved & gave her everything i had. I abused God, i got mad 😡 then i realised my whole life was changed from that moment on. I’d either crash and burn right there or have to pick up those pieces hand them to God and allow for him to have his way.” Said Tedd.
Building an empire
The Jokajok leather CEO, noted that he had dreamt of building an empire in the media and Music Industry but life took a different direction and what seemed to matter have become a small part of who he was.
"What matters now is the legacy, building something that i can leave for the next generation to run with, making lives better thru job creation & using all I’ve got to make a legacy for a mother whose life was cut short & making sure her little daughter #HRH Her Royal Highness #Empress #GummyBear 👑 🐻 🐾 🐾 🐾 has the life her mother wanted her to have." concluded Tedd.
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