|Main : Death & DyingPortrait of a Man (by: Sharmayne Symons)|
I am but a creature of the earth, one among many;
I live to be loved and I give love in return.
I am understood; and I am misunderstood;
I am praised and I am scorned.
Recognition (by: Anthony de Mello, SJ)
As the Master grew old and infirm, the disciples begged him not to die. Said the Master, "If I did not go, how would you ever see?"
Say the Unsaid Things (by: Jara Crawford)
After all this, I've learned it so important not to let things go unsaid, no matter how minor or major. Even though I know Denny knew I loved him, I would feel so much better knowing for sure he knew because I hurt him in so many ways. And you see, he never complained.
Sometimes I Want to Cry (by: Christine Wipff)
There is love in my sorrow, there is love in my tears.
Give me the courage and strength, through the coming years
to hold on to yesterday's memories, so all may know
the love in my heart and the love from my soul.
Summer's Day, The (by: E)
Lilly felt the breeze before she noticed anything else. Warm and sweet it tickled her nose. She opened her eyes as the smells she knew so well hit her nose.
Tear to the Eye, A (by: Author Unknown)
Barbara was driving her six-year-old son, Benjamin, to his piano lesson. They were late, and Barbara was beginning to think she should have cancelled it. There was always so much to do, and Barbara, a night-duty nurse at the local hospital, had recently worked extra shifts.
They Don't Know What to Say (by: Alice Kerr)
"Now I know I never knew,
when you lost your child,
What you were going through.
I wasn't there,
Wonderful Little Girl (by: Author Unknown)
There came a frantic knock at the doctor's office door,
A knock, more urgent than he had ever heard before,
"Come in, Come in," the impatient doctor said,
"Come in, Come in, before you wake the dead."
Your Room's Not Ready Yet (by: Bill McSmith)
Today I was able to release Myrtle K. from the hospital to go back to the nursing home. For about 8-9 years now she has had declining health and mental status. Sweet as ever, but just not always home. This was an absolute gift from God.
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