Happily married to wonderful man, recently living in China where he was university professor. I am nursing student. Now living in New Zealand
Asiababe: Hubby and I are awake at 3am. We take turns to sit with Dad and hold hands.
Dad is 91, almost 92. He is dying, not afraid coz soon he will be with his wife, my Hubby's Mum. But we will take him to Dr thismorning. Maybe I can't be online much next few days, will be busy time. Hubby too. to everyone
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Sir Loin: Update, Dad has been out of bed for several hours today although moving very slowly. He's very frustrated with the weakness in his body. He's very grateful for all the good wishes from you guys. If he's still improving in the morning I'm taking him to the rifle range. I'm competing in a 300m event for my hunting club and Dad was club champ in his day (1957-60)
airscoop: sorry to hear Asia ... my thoughts are with you and your family . let my words help bridge what yiur family is dealing with and feel free to share as you thing might help.
The Wake of Life
The Wake of Life. Losing a sole amongst a family is losing a part of ourselves. The lose of each departed person is a waterfall giving birth to a river of sorrow and pain. Those that are left, are burdened into heavy hearts of the person who no longer stands amongst them. The lives who depart have ended their waves of life. They cast their lives from the wave to the wake in order for us to live within their memories. Every wave of every body of water is a soul coming back to greet us. In that wave of life, the living must surf the wake of memories to find purpose of the loved ones who are gone from sight. In that the family of the departed must find peace in knowing those memories will keep their spirit alive for all to hear. Share in the wave of life they lived. Those departed souls are not cast into the darkness of dealth but reserected in the wake of the memories we keep alive. So walk amongst all to hear, and take their passing wake of memories and cast them amongst the living. For their's is entrnal life when we share the memories of all our loved ones who have passed beyond the wave of life. They now exist, in the wake of life.
Asiababe: Reposting for a friend ..
. Sadly, we don’t always know the depths of someone’s depression, paranoia, or anxiety until it is too late. 💛
May I please have even 1 friend or family member to copy and re-post?
I am trying to demonstrate that someone is always listening. #SuicideAwareness