Saturday, December 4

Euthanasia - his verdict for her.



Euthanasia refers to the practice of ending a life in a manner 
which relieves pain and suffering.

He saw nothing, felt nothing.. compared to what they saw and what she felt. It's a story of a brother who was seeing all the pain from the distance. The sufferer was her angel sister, a sis who was fighting for her life. A life which she had just started living. 

Cancer was it, bloody reason for all the troubles of her life. In simple words, the army of cells protecting her body from external attacks, was now responsible for attacking it. It all began with a small stomach pain. And it was never better. He knew for sure it was just another pain and everything was going to be normal as ever.

He could see all the signs, but he was always positive. Nothing gonna stay that long. And he was always wrong. Every update from the doctor was worst than the last update. It was almost 8 months, every possible thing was approached for. 

He could see her getting weak, and with the decrease in the body's potential to tolerate pain. Doctors knew it, she knew it, they knew it, he knew it..all could see feel it. But none, never in their wildest dreams ever had imagined it to come true. None wanted to believe, that the girl so brilliantly nice, simple, sweet and with the most beautiful soul was there at the end.

The pain was untolerable, yet he could see her smile. There was no more peaceful sleep, nights were no longer a place to sleep. The pain was throughout. Her single cry in pain, was unbearable for him to handle. It was kinda miracle to see that smile every morning with such a painful night and day before. 

And one day she talked about euthanasia to her mom.
She knew about the pain, she knew what she was asking for, her mom knew what her daughter, the best-est daughter ever was asking for. But all she could do, to take her away from such thoughts. 

She kept asking it again and again. It was the most difficult thing she could ever ask her parents, her sister. But she did, the pain made her do it. 

Soon came the last night, the last night he wished her "good night"...the last night she asked for euthanasia, the last night of pain, the last night he could hear her voice.

The last night, that painful last night for her.
God finally choose to end all her troubles, she was called up there at heaven. 


PS : Once she talked to him about her will to leave the world. He still revisits those memories, the painful memories, the beautiful memories, when she asked him to look for everyone after she leaves.
If she would have had asked for his verdict on euthanasia that time, it was a no for sure. He wasn't that brave as she was.




In This Fast World, Stop a While, look Around 
Appreciate What You see..
You never know whats gonna happen next . 
Then Why Worry.. Lay Back And Relax. 

Appreciate and Enjoy Life




10 delusions (comments):

G on December 4, 2010 at 10:12 AM said...

omg.. this brought tears into my eyes... she'll always be in our hearts..
r.i.p.

THE DELUSIONAL REALITY on December 5, 2010 at 4:24 PM said...

ohh...this is just painful...life is amazing...the turns and bends it takes are always so unpredictable..so we should enjoy every moment of life...treasure every second we spend with those who mean everything to us..after all, it's only the memories which stay with us..

vandy on December 5, 2010 at 6:34 PM said...

my uncle suffered from cancer & i could very well relate to this post

nothing can be worse than to see someone u love dying b4 u like this & what makes it worst is that u can't do anything

u can just be a helpless witness of this pain n suffering


may she rest in peace

Jaunty anima on December 5, 2010 at 8:16 PM said...

:'(
r.i.p.!!!

Aries on December 7, 2010 at 7:57 PM said...

sob! sob! my grandma died of cancer too, watching her suffer in pain is really a hard thing to do. My mum once told me that if she ever end up like this or worst, she prefer Euthanasia. I hope I will never ever get to do that.

Vijendra Lakshmana Rao on December 7, 2010 at 11:56 PM said...

Its such a short post with so much of emotions.. Without my knowledge my eyes are filled with tears… :(

Great one buddy!!

niharika on December 15, 2010 at 12:00 AM said...

:'(
Just read it. I am speechless!

Betcha on December 30, 2010 at 8:40 PM said...

Happy New Year
I enjoy reading your posts ,its like each word is felt within ,very amazing feeling



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Nivruti on January 23, 2011 at 5:07 PM said...

I read it today.. and I don't know what to say! She was the best person person I ever met! :') Rahil bhaiya.. this post of yours left me into tears!

Deepika on January 25, 2011 at 5:10 PM said...

euthanasia is at least a way out of the immense pain...

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