posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 05:00 PM
reply to post by pellian
Whether or not it comes true, that must have been quite an experience to have witnessed that moment with your Grandma.
"Why does age matter?" I think it's not necessarily age thats relevant, its just that at this old, you are getting close to your finals moments here
on this earth. I remember reading a thread awhile back on hospice workers on ATS who were sharing their unusual experiences working with people who
were in their final moments. I can't find the thread, but it had linked to a different online forum where nurses, docs, caregivers, etc. shared their
moments working with people who are in their last moments. I am about 80% positive this was the forum
Hospice Workers Take on Life After Death
Either way, I remember reading through the forum and being blown away from the stories... I'd encourage you to take a look.
Sending you thoughts of warmth and peace to you, your Grandma, and family.
This quote was on the forum. Thought it was worded well.
In those final moments, I believe those dying have a choice: whether to go or whether to linger a bit longer...to take care of something, to learn
something or teach something, to wait until a particular someone is there or not there...
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Actually this was the correct link. Sorry! But worth a read.
Deathbed Visions (Hospice Workers)
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