Thursday, November 24, 2011

“many are called, but few are chosen”

I stopped reading the article until I read this "Many are called, but few are chosen.” I wondered,may be how it worked then and every day now.

He was admitted to hospital with a range of medical issues.Those conditions of encephalopathy,hypoxia and failure to thrive lead to final discussion with his family to decide as he would have wished in a situation like that.The decision was made for comfort measures only with withdrawal of medications not fit for the goal of passing away in peace with dignity:no pain,no suffering.

He got very comfortable,so much so that his survival day after day lead the most interesting question asked by his family,why he was not dying?

I answered them,he is a fighter.

Today as I was reading this "Many are called, but few are chosen",I got my answer.


Mishi said...

hmm yes this line can be quoted for many answers...well said

Sonnet of a Spirit said...

Makes me wish that I was a fighter like him. Bless him, and yes, sometimes this quote makes me sad because "few are chosen" and not everybody. Guess its just something that we all have to accept and live with. However, I agree with Mishi....well said, and well written post:D