'When there are more family and friends going to another world, we will feel less and less fearful to walk towards the last stop of life journey, death.'
When you see him suffering from an incurable disease, do you choose to put him to sleep quietly, or hope for miracle to happen?
After taking the pain killer, he acts as normal, plays as normal, eats as normal. How much courage does it take to convince oneself to keep the date of terminating a life?
What would he do if he could choose?
Animals go deeper into our hearts because their hearts are so pure and they respond to our care with full gratitude. They never take things for granted, and usually they are the ones who get hurt more easily because we humans can be careless sometimes. The world set between animals and humans is much simpler and we never have to worry about things called jealousy, betrayal, and hatred.
After going to another world, they may change to another form of energy to come back and visit us - a little flower by the road, an intimate breeze, or a sweet dream. It is so relieved to know that we may still see them again, as if they are the time travellers.
I've known Kashee, the lovely angel, for three days, and I pray for him with my tears and palms putting together.
(Kashee is six years and eight months old. He has been diagnosed with cancer last week and it occupies 75% of his stomach and spread to his lungs and spleen. Making decision of putting him to sleep is extremely hard for his parents. His papa and mama told me that they have finished the injection today so he doesn't have to suffer any more. Kashee was surrounded with love and he has gone quietly without any pain. It is such a good weather and they took him to play outside in his favourite river in the morning for the last time. After the injection, it starts to rain. I think the rainbow will appears somewhere and the colourful bridge will lead Kashee to the peaceful new world.)