Distance is not a hindrance if you really the person

Philippines
January 28, 2013 9:09pm CST
I feel sorry for our fellow lotters who is afraid to die alone and accordingly if she is going to die and no one is around it will take time for her family to look for her deceased body. She also mentioned, she got three kids, two were leaving nearby and the other is around 200 hundred miles away. She got a grandsons but both her children seldom visited her on a month, her greatest problems, is she is getting older at sixty five years old and to add that she is also sickly. Her companions at home are her pets mostly kittens
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8 responses
@leeandrew (1226)
• Philippines
29 Jan 13
I so agree that distance don't matters at all specially with people who love dearly their friends or relatives that are far away. I just actually talked to my friend who live in Canada through skype. We never do it often times but we used facebook to update ourselves about the happenings of both ends. I just hope and pray about that fellow mylotters that he/she will able to find the connection again with her family. Then she'll not be afraid about what will happen in the future. It's times probably to strengthen the relationship with keens.
• Philippines
30 Jan 13
I recommended to her to moved on and just be of what she have now. I forgot to tell her that it is not too late, considering that she is still alive, to make used of everything she have and do something to bring herself nearer to them.
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
29 Jan 13
I have read that post, too. And I feel so sorry for her. If I were just near her, I would come and visit her. Why are there children who doesn't spend as much time with their old mother? I mean, why wouldn't they want to let their kids have some time with their grandmother and know her more? Children always bring joy to grandparents and they make them feel their grandparents young as well.
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• Philippines
30 Jan 13
Yes, it is true but we don't the real story for me I think there was something messy on how she raised her children on the younger days. Maybe she missed to teach her children the moral values of a good family.
• Indonesia
1 Feb 13
I feel sorry for her when I read it. I also don't see why is there any children visit her old mother more often. Let's pray for her so she can have the more closer relationship with her family. When you're old, you'd want to spend as many times with your family.
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• Philippines
1 Feb 13
Exactly a blessing for those who have the opportunity to prepare and repent, Yes thanks for the recommendation let's pray for her to survive and be given a second chance before she die.
@Daisy_22 (1230)
• Philippines
29 Jan 13
i really feel pity for her.I'm just wondering how could this situation happened? Are the daughters not willing to sacrifice?They can brought their mother into their house,If it's not possible then it's better she will go to home for the aged and stay there well at least there will be someone that could take care her body after deceased.
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• Philippines
30 Jan 13
nice idea, but what I am thinking is that, she is wanting for a family comfort and it's hard. Anyway that's life.
@Mavic123456 (14372)
• Thailand
29 Jan 13
Aha this is gossiping. lol I am just kidding. well she got the comfort from the mylotters. me, if I die where I am no one would know too, because I live alone far from family.. miles and oceans apart. so this is life... and that's her life too. Children would just know the importance of the parents if the parents die. Like what I have experienced too. now I missed them both.
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• Philippines
30 Jan 13
I envy you, your strong, you knew your placed, yeah that's life let us just hope for the best. I think the best is we are doing the best for our life on whatever challenges we encounter from time to time
• Philippines
29 Jan 13
These kind of situations strikes me all the time. It is because that I firmly believe in the saying that "If you really love a person, you will make time just to be with him/her no matter how far you are from each other." Although, I may partly believe that long distance relationships doesn't work, it's a far different story when you talk about the relationship that you have with your family. You cannot just abandon family and in this case if a person doesn't even try to call or check upon his/her family most of the time, then I guess that person is just making distance as his/her excuse but the truth is he/she doesn't even care at all. This makes me sad. I hope that people will realize the family is the most precious gift a man could ever have.
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• Philippines
1 Feb 13
Thank you, how thoughtful you are I hope he will have a thinking like you.
@chiyosan (30206)
• Philippines
29 Jan 13
I agree with you on this... her family should at least actually try to spend more time with her, especially if she is getting a bit older each time. If she is sick too... there are a lot of possibilities that could happen to her and she needed to be with someone all the time for emergencies as well.
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• Philippines
30 Jan 13
Yeah, it is very hard and pity to think, that's why sometimes in our life we have to think it over. What will happen if I become old ? I am thinking of what to prepare if worse comes worse, .. funny yeah of course. I am not sure if others are of the same thinking as me.
@joliefille (3696)
• Philippines
29 Jan 13
That's the tough part of growing older. My grandmother on the father's side lives in my other grandmother's house. No one in her immediate family even thought of taking her in.
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• Philippines
30 Jan 13
I'm very glad you've noticed it. It's not late, why not remind your father he might can help and do something. Your father is busy try to remind him please.