Monday, December 19, 2011

A Sudden Memory

I was sitting at the dinner table when I remembered that it is my grandmother's death anniversary. Many questions came into my mind.
I also remembered how she died. Old and alone and in pain. Away from the people that she loved and who loved her back. She only had the people that she found odious for company in her last hours, not that it mattered a lot because she was to ill too know who was with her. But still. And that it is now only 6 years that sh is not here, having got 8 children into this world, I wonder how much more is she than just a dim, fading memory now. 
And where does one go. I know she had this morbid fear of dying but she died. But where did she go or is it just that she ended up in smoke.
What comforted me was that maybe she just came alive for a moment when I remembered her. And now that I am writing about her, a part of her with all her faults, malice and goodness will live on. 


The Angry Medic said...

Profound post. I'm not very religious, but I do believe that she's in a better place. We all will be.

Keep writing!

Cathy said...

"I know she had this morbid fear of dying but she died."

Death is inevitable and we can never escape from it. Even if you fear it or happened to adore death, we will eventually face it in due time. Love this post, eh.

Thanks for the share,
Cathy@Top 5 Healthcare Settings in US with High Demand for Nurses

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