Saturday, August 27, 2011

"tomorrow's headline"

He walked in the operation room to never walk again.He said,if he was smart enough he would had walked away from hospital that day.

Life,as usual threw a lemon but that was not making a lemonade moment,so I did not said a word.

He was diagnosed and treated for abdominal aneurysm.After surgery,his life changed from being on two feet to being paralysed hip down.

I saw his daily struggle for each and every drug,prescription,intervention we recommended.He always asked question,always refused in the beginning and always agreed in the end.As time went by I felt for him,who would not do what he was doing by going through what he had gone through.A tragedy of life;never to walk again.

Sometimes tomorrow's headline can be avoided but in his case a news became a tragedy.

To some,our disclosure in terms of risks versus benefit of an intervention is just a talk,nothing happens.To others,the worse possibility happens like winning a tragedy lottery.


Mishi said...

Thought Provoking! HEy Danish you never write about your personal stuff..I mean we dont know much about..cant you a post on "danish's fav color and food and tv show and movie and etc etc"..???

plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz! wasay dont worry I will help you doing this..just in a few days inshALLAH:-)

Mishi said...

dont know much about you*

TARIQ MIAN said...

Daanish you are a cool minded lion living in BUSH and come out only occasionally.
Yes-- hospitalisation sometimes end up in winning a tragedy lottery.
Some breath their last, some end up with more deteriorated condition,
while the lucky ones completely end up losing the lotterry of tragedy and come home smiling. Well, all that is part of our temporary life.

Daanish good little post!

Kiran Ashraf said...

every post of yours is just soooo touch. i really dont have words to describe it...just that yr posts always give me goosebumps!!!

Thinking said...

hmmm...very touchy as usuall....

Sonnet of a Spirit said...

Tears in my eyes. May Allah have mercy upon him, inshallah. I hope that his happiness is just around the corner. I really do.