• Rome, Italy
1 May 13
i'm sorry to hear this. this made me remember my brother who passed away a few years ago. he had a motorcycle accident and he went into coma. we asked if there were better chances if he was going to be operated and the doctors said no. my parents were still alive then but it was me and my other brother who were makng the decisions together with his wife as my parents were too distraught. we didn't want to pull the plug because we were afraid that we would lose them too. however, as the days passed (he was in coma for 20 days), we finally decided that it was also too much for him and with heavy hearts we agreed to do it. my brother (comatose) must have realised this and he went away by himself. he lifted us from the burden of that decision. until now i still feel the terrible pain of losing him. we we three and he was our youngest. he left us three nephews.
1 May 13
oh, not so nice to hear though! it's really sad losing a good man. on the otherhand, we lift his soul up to God with the thought that at least, he doesnt have to suffer any longer. He would now have better times up there where we all really should go back. having you as a loyal colleague who saw how good he has been, is already an assurance that he has fulfilled God's will down here. now is the time he will be rewarded up there :)