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Big John
Never be ashamed of...
Thu Mar 10, 2011 16:40
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If someone has lost all "quality of life", when there isn't anything to look forward to and life is just a living death, then I don't believe it is wrong to wish, hope or pray for them to just pass on and not suffer any longer. My dads quality of life had ended and he was quite ready to go. In fact, he would have preferred to pass on some time before he actually did. The day before he died he told Jo that "living is tough, but dying is tougher". We got to say our goodbyes and everything so I feel fortunate that I was able to tell him everything I wanted to and even though speaking was hard for him at the end he had said everything he wanted to. There was nothing left over or undone so he was able to pass on in peace.

  • Deja Vu...John Ammeter, Sat Feb 19 22:48
    My Mom died four years ago on February 24th. Two months earlier she told my Aunt that she would now have to be the "mother" to her three sons. Mom made it to Christmas that year... she was happy with ... more
    • Never be ashamed of... — Big John, Thu Mar 10 16:40
      • My aunt passed away on Feb 25th.John Ammeter, Thu Mar 10 17:01
        She passed away in her sleep about 7 AM. Now, she's "across the road" from her home of 60 years next to her husband. Een had pretty much been waiting for the "move" to the cemetery after her husband... more
    • It ain't easy lettin' go, but do notPaul, Sun Feb 20 10:51
      feel bad about praying that she will soon come to rest. When my dad was dying of kidney cancer a few years ago we were praying for his healing. But as it became more clear that this was not going to... more
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