Mother's Death

brendamarie By brendamarie, 28th Jun 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3aerhi-e/
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Death affects everyone differently. This article is about three totally different people and their reaction to their mothers’ deaths.

Henry

Henry was the youngest of three children. He was taking care of his mother right before her death. Henry was very close to his mother. When he called his older brother and sister to tell them, their mother was in the hospital, neither one of them showed up to be by her side. Henry could not understand why, they did not show up. She was not a bad mother. She had done her best to take care of the three of them the best she could.

Henry’s mother’s death came out of the blue to him. She had not been sick, but she was 90 years old. His reaction of her passing was that someone in the hospital had done something wrong. They made a mistake that took her life.

This was not true but, part of Henry’s grieving process. Some people have a hard time believing a loved one was ill, and it was their time to go. Usually, if you go through this, it is the first step in the grieving process. Many people do not see this stage, they understand that their loved one was ill, and their passing was coming.

Robert

Robert feared death in every way. Robert was obsessed with health. He exercised three times a day and ate only health food. Robert did all of this in hopes of preventing his death, even though he know, he was going to die at some point.

When Robert’s mother died, it was no surprise. She had been in a nursing home for a long time, and they prepared the family for her death. Robert was in the room with his mother when she died.

Robert was not a religious person. His mother’s death was his first religious experience.
Robert claims that he saw his mother’s soul come out of her body. It wasn’t in the shape of her body. Her soul was a bright blue and white circle. Robert says, it was the most beautiful colors. Her soul floated to the ceiling of the room and slowly faded away.

Robert’s mother’s death changed his views about dying. After, seeing his mother’s soul leave her body, he no longer fears death, as he once did. Robert believes his mother is in Heaven.

Brenda

Brenda was a very spiritual person. Brenda strongly believed in life after death. To Brenda, death was just a part of the soul’s life process. Death was nothing more than the cleansing of the soul’s earth build-up.

Brenda’s mother had a huge fear of dying in a hospital. She believed, there was no gateway to Heaven in a hospital. That if you died in a hospital, your soul wandered the earth looking for the soul's gateway to Heaven. She believed, your soul wandered the earth until it found it’s gateway to Heaven.

Brenda’s mother was a very strong-willed woman. She had fought cancer for 25 years. Everyone knew, she could no longer fight her illness anymore. Much to Brenda’s dismay, her sister took their mother to a hospital, knowing how she felt about it. Brenda’s mother never stopped fighting. She lasted two whole weeks in the hospital before she finally let go and died.

Brenda never stopped wondering, if her mother’s fears about death lowered her vibration making her leave this world and go into a much lower level realm, than that which she was meant to go. Or, had something happened that changed her mother’s belief about dying in the hospital. Brenda will find out when she dies.

Final Thoughts

The point of this article was to show, that everyone sees death differently. I have often wondered, does how you see death, predict what happens to you when you die. I guess, I will just have to wait and see. It is a shame that, when we finally know the answer to this question, we cannot share with other. But, that is the way it was meant to be. SO, is the power of free will.


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Death, Death Process, Dying, Fear Of Death, Mothers Death

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author avatar WOGIAM
28th Jun 2015 (#)

My views and reactions to Death has changed (evolved) over the year, i am at a point now, when i know that it is the inevitable end for every living creature, i acknowledge but do not fear it.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
28th Jun 2015 (#)

Is the Brenda in the last tale you??? If yes, sorry for your loss.

None the less, souls are not blue, its just the aura leaving the dead. The soul is taken long before death comes in in normal dying. The auras remain to the last day.....

Any way, am not afraid to die, I am a mum who nearly got killed by a Brenda in reality.

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author avatar brendamarie
28th Jun 2015 (#)

Lady Ajanna, No the Brenda is not me but, it is a good friend of mine. I have also lost my other.

I am so sorry someone named Brenda has hurt you so deeply.

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author avatar Deepizzaguy
29th Jun 2015 (#)

Thank you for sharing this story. Before my mom passed away she did get a look at a book called "Afraid To Die?" She enjoyed reading it before she passed away.

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
29th Jun 2015 (#)

Death is so true that we don't believe that it is true for me or you.. if we think about it seriously I see no reason to have an easy get going..

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author avatar brendamarie
29th Jun 2015 (#)

I do believe many people have a hard time dealing with the idea of their own death.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
29th Jun 2015 (#)

Thought provoking share, thanks Brendamarie.

When my job is done, it is alright for me than linger on - in that respect I can let go anytime without regrets.

With modern medicare people get to extend their lives without any quality and, sad to say, become a burden in a busy life. But death is not in our hands so we have to wait patiently.

I feel death is only a change of clothes and we live on in another energy form of our choice, even as humans if we want to - siva

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author avatar Shamarie
30th Jun 2015 (#)

Death is part of life. We should not be afraid of it. Thanks for sharing, Brendamarie!!!

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author avatar Ram Bansal
30th Jun 2015 (#)

With overpopulated planet, death pleases me. I plan to die while walking upwards on Himalayas when I become incapable of being independent. But not soon, some 200 years later from now.

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author avatar brendamarie
30th Jun 2015 (#)

Interesting way to go

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author avatar Carol Roach
30th Jun 2015 (#)

yes everyone has a different concept about death and no one came back to tell us

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author avatar Sherri Granato
22nd Sep 2015 (#)

As I get older, my views on death have changed.However, I can relate to Robert. Death is still pretty much an unknown obstacle that we all must face, and dealing with it when the time comes is up to each individual person. I do feel that most people begin to come to grips after that first year of loss, and if not, some sort of grief counseling may be needed.

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