Proud Infidel ranting about the ongoing war against democratic and secular values (Don't fool yourselves)! Maybe a voice of sanity in a wide ocean of madness.


How do you tell?

How do you tell a four year old that his beloved grandmother is not going to be with us for a much longer time? A year ago she was diagnosed with cancer, and today the doctors told her that there is nothing left to do. They can only comfort her.

I do not know how to explain it to him.



Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

sigh I will email ya my friend..........It's a part of life..a hugely painful part but a part nonetheless..hugzzzzzzzzz to ya both~!

Thursday, 15 November 2007 at 22:30:00 CET

Blogger falcon_01 said...

Dang... sorry to hear it... It's a sad thing to have to deal with, especially at such a young age. Your family's in my prayers, and you've got my best wishes. My only advice would be to say she'll be going to a better place, and she'll always be in your heart. Good luck.

Friday, 16 November 2007 at 17:40:00 CET

Blogger anticant said...

It's always wrong to deceive children, however young, with fairy tales. They need to know that nobody lives for ever. And also that when people die and are no longer with us physically they are no less 'real', because they live on in our hearts and loving thoughts, and always will do as long as we and others remember them.

Sunday, 18 November 2007 at 22:46:00 CET


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