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Dr Jamsheed’s last words to his mom

Parents are biggest blessing which majority of we people don’t realise. My mother is glued to my bed since more than a week now. Tiredness and sleeplessness is visible on her face.

To be honest, I was not so obidient son as I should have been. During these days here in hospital I few times raised my voice when if felt uncomfortable with pain and other silly issues, she would remain quite, smile and told me to relax. Today at 6 am, I heard shreeks, wailing coming from nearby room meant for prayers. I recognised it was my mom. I wished to go there, held here tightly and make her comfortable, but I know I was not able to move an inch without help of others. Later when she came back, I pretended to be in sleep, She started rubbing my legs. I told her to stand up, kissed her forehead and hands with biggest smile of week on my face. I hugged her tightly for long time and she would tell me you will fine with grace of Allah. I told her ‘mummy’: I don’t care much about my disease, but I felt sorry for you and dad coz you are facing hardships ( physical and emotional) becoz of me. Mom: No never utter such words, for me you are same jamsheed, who I used to comb, bath, take school and tell stories during snowfall. With smile returning to her face, she kissed me again and told me she is bringing water to wash my face.
P.s: The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness, compassion and eternal love. Let’s be loyal, obidient and not abandon our parents when they need us most. Love and hugs

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