Our planet has a population of over a billion humans and still there are moments in our lives when we are alone, and things happen, and when they happen we either feel lonely after that incident or just want to be alone.
Man is such a complex being that he wants to be surrounded by happiness, but when a plight occurs and if he is alone, he is petrified cause it takes time for him to absorb it, and then spit it out after being able to translate his feelings over that issue.
One such thing happened about four years ago when no one was "technically" around.
My dad was in the ICU, and the doctors had given up on him. The cancer cells had taken over his entire body thus debilitating him, and his organs were giving up functionality gradually.
My brother and mom had to leave the room for some last minute errands, and I was alone with him while his eyes were shut, and he had a breathing mask on his face.
I was standing on his right side, stroking his arm gently more so to make him aware that we are around him. Just then, he raised his left arm as if trying to hold on to somebody. I was curious what is he up to since he had a smile on his face while his eyes were closed.
I tried to go to the other side of the bed in order to hold that hand, but within a few seconds that arm went plop!
I looked at him; he had a calm expression on his face. I was puzzled!
Called out to the nurse, who came in after a few minutes and declared him dead.
“We are the cosmos made conscious and life is the means by which the universe understands itself.”
― Brian Cox
Gradually the news of his death spread, and we all grieved over our loss.
But, that moment alone with my dad, made me very curious and lonely since his action prior to his passing away was very strange. Researched into it, and found that angels come to take the soul away. And am sure he must have seen those angels in the form of his dad and mom (my grandparents) thus the smile!
“Within each of us is a light, awake, encoded in the fibers of our existence. Divine ecstasy is the totality of this marvelous creation experienced in the hearts of humanity”
― Tony Samara
My 2 cents
We are such amazing creatures that we can tune our mind to three levels of consciousness in any given state. My dad's organs were failing, he was partially in a coma, his level of consciousness was able to see what the soul wanted him to perceive.
Mantra for today: Our brain is a powerful organ that has a mind of its own.
FTSF is here. The sentence for this friday is: No one was around when this happened.
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