July 7, 2006 at 6:26 am #15417
Intelligence, I totally agree and i am the first one to support that western science and medicine are doing a great job saving lives.
But tell me what happens when all the medicine is no longer able to save the life of a person?
I still remember my first death patient as a student nurse, dying of lung cancer, he was a very nice man, a very nice couple, he was still very aware of what was going on when the docters determined he had to be helped dying. The horror of it was that I had to give him the drugs in a moment his wife went home to fetch something, she didn’t know they ordered to start the drugs. I still remember I asked my teacher to wait with giving the drugs until his wife returned, and she replied, the order was given and I had to give him the shots. The sadness of this all, is that his wife was no longer able to say goodbye to her husband because of the drugs. I still feel very very sad thinking of this.
And after that, so many died while I was sitting next to them, holding their hand, comforting their pain, when medicine is no longer appliable what is left Intelligence? The heart, the compassion, the human touch without speach, the smile, the gentle eyes, the water given to a thirsty mouth of a dying person, all that is near so important as technique. They go hand in hand. I hope in times of suffering you will understand how valuable this non-scientific touch of another human is. I truelly hope you will *feel* the flim flam.July 7, 2006 at 7:30 am #15418
Adding one thing… I stopped working in the hospital when I noticed I left people dying by themselves. As soon I walked in the corridor I felt drained, my joy was gone, my empathy left, I felt I became numb as most of the nurses and doctors. I couldnt care any longer for the pain and suffering. So my time was come to leave.
Time to work inside myself, instead of outside…After 14 years I am still looking inside…
Yesterday I had so much heart energy pilled up in the chest I figured I had to listen to what it had to say. I couldnt move it with normal exercises, it came in mind that most of my relatives died of heart conditions, so I asked help to my family line. I was amazed to see my grandfather, who died many years ago from a heart attack, never gave him much thoughts after his death. His message was *never give up giving* and some more he said but this was the bottom line. I then saw my mother, who is still alive, who had a severe heart attack couple of years ago. I felt so much love coming from her, all the love she never could express but I felt she was holding inside of her, which caused her heart problems. Only seconds after that my heart fire moved down….believe me any other non alchemist would have rushed to a doctor to check out the heart because of the pressure inside the chest but I know for sure that this is a great opportunity to overcome the problems my relatives encounter since generations.
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