After 8 years of dating, Hara finally got married and 2 months into her marriage, she learned that she was going to have a baby. But she also diagnosed with oligohydramnios, meaning there was a deficiency of amniotic fluids. To save her baby by sparing as much fluid as possible, Hara stayed in bed until her baby was ready to come out. After 6 months of immobility, the time finally came but again was shadowed by life-threatening dangers. In labor, she could not breathe, nor the baby. Countless measures were taken to spare their lives. Thankfully Hara was able to give birth to a now-healthy baby. Her bearing of the Torch will be a celebration of life.