My Dad Died Inside the Church

@bing28 (3798)
Philippines
January 29, 2009 11:54pm CST
It's February once again, I can't forget this month as it's the death anniversary month of my beloved Dad. He's 81 and he used to go to the church every early Sunday morning. He used to pass by first at the stall of my mom who was selling fruits and veggies just to take his breakfast, before going to mass. Apparently my mom was so busy selling that he didnt notice my Dad so the former proceeded to the church without having his breakfast. He has a hypertension as well, that while kneeling and vowing his head, he felt dizzy that cause him to fall at the bench. It took a while perhaps for people to rescue him that when sent to the nearby hospital, he was dead upon arrival. My heart breaks for my father's death. I can't just imagine, how does he feels when no one among his loved ones present to give him aid and sees nobody in his family when he can hardly talk and sees's nobody as he closed his eyes. That was 19 years ago but still when this month comes tears still fall down from my eyes. I was not at his side when my great beloved father died and I regretted that much. Friends what can you share about the month, February?
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@raynejasper (2326)
• Philippines
30 Jan 09
..oh.. that's difficult.. I don,t really have something very interesting or memorable in February.. I don't have dates to remember. February always pass by in my life just like any other ordinary months..
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@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
31 Jan 09
really, not even valentines (lol. Thanks for the response raynejasper.
@williamjisir (22905)
• China
30 Aug 09
Hello bing. It is a great loss of yours with your father's passing away. Some certain dates or time always mention us of some important events that have happened to us and it is hard to erase the memory, good or bad. Anyway, I wish you to enjoy yourself without plunging yourself into the sadness, which affects your current and normal life. May your father's soul be blessed in his world! Take care, friend.
@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
30 Aug 09
Thanks William, we can't just easily forget memories of our loved ones but just dwell in the thougthts that they're in a much better place. Thanks again, friend. God bless.