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By working with the dying
hospice nurses gain an insight into death and the opportunity to witness the signs
of a life beyond our own.
I had one gentleman three months after I started working in hospice I thought I can't
do this anymore this is just
too much. I'm gonna get burned out or it's just too stressful.
So just as I was really trying to debate whether I was going to leave this field or
not
I had an experienced that just kind of blew me away
One of the LPN's came up to me and said
"Mr so-and-so just died" and so
I took that information and we said alright, we'll call a physician and call the coroner and
get all the information that we need and I was walking down the hall making bed checks
to ensure that everybody was okay
and this one old fellow was climbing out of bed and he was really out of pain control
and I was thinking we need to get him settled down
and I walked into the room and I said
"Let me help you get taken care of." and he said, "I gotta get outta here!" and I said,
" I understand." and he "I have to die." and I said "You know I would probably want to die too if I
had that much pain
and let me help you, let me see what we can do." He said "No you don't understand" He said
"I have to die." and I said well
I don't even know where it came I said, "Well you have to wait to get your own invitation
sometimes just because we want to die it doesn't mean we get to die. We have to
wait until
tell it's time." "Well that guy down there
just got his invitation." "he said "I knew him from Lyman
and I said, "What do you mean?" and he said, " well he just shuffled by here!"
and the hair on the back of my neck stood up and
I thought that was a curious term "Shuffled by"
and he said.
"I want you to go get my son." he said "I knew him, I knew him from one Lymon when we were kids." and he said,
"And he just shuffled by" and he
points from his door to the window and how he went across in front of his bed and I thought boy
there's a lot I don't know yet!
I had a kid that I lost last week who saw horses
but he saw a horse and his dream
was about two weeks before he died he was on this big brown horse
and they were going through this field and it was very smooth
it wasn't like a gallop but they were flying
and he said that all of a sudden they kinda jumped over
a barrier and when they landed they landed in a riverbank that had overflowed
its beds
and it stopped the horse stopped and turned sideways waiting for
this kid tell him which way to go. Whether to go into the woods or out of the woods
and I asked him which way he chose and he said we went out
and I said, "What do you think would of happened if you'd of gone into the woods?" He said, "I think I'd
be gone."
and I told him I thought he would too and I told him that that horse would
probably come back for him when it was time for him to go
that horse would be the one to come back. Well that afternoon
his mom was washing dishes and
the horse came and she went to talk to him
and she asked David if this horse was there and he said "Yes."
and she said I think he's probably here to get you
and she said I think so too and within two hours
he had gone he died on his horse. You feel a presence,
you feel something is in the room, you know there's something there.
One time there was this man and
he was really really close to death and
he was very very weak and and he looked up and he was looking at something and he
looked very very scared
and the nurse said to him "It's okay
they're there to help you. They won't hurt you."
and he put his hand up and he had his hand up like somebody was holding it and he did
this for a few minutes
and there is no way this man had the strength
to hold his hand up by himself and he died just a few minutes later too.
So, there's something. I had one really neat fellow
that we were taking to the hospice unit
and he was really close to dying and his
son was nearby.
This poor guy went through an incredible bath from the nurse
and he didn't move at all he didn't blink and eye so we would say he was an
unresponsive
and as we were walking down the hall pushing his bed down the hall he opened his
eyes and
he looked straight up and his little toothless mouth and he went ( Excited Smile )
and waved and
just smiled and closed his eyes and 5 minutes later he was gone.
I don't know who he was waving at but that's not uncommon.
As death approaches patients may have visions of angels or see tunnels of
white light.
Other people receive angelic comfort from someone they already know.
Patients who are closer to their dying time will see those who have already died
often times. They'll talk about their dead grandparents sitting at their bed side
brothers who have died before.
I'm not so certain that we just see spirits running around I don't really
believe that and
I've never heard anything that scary but I have heard of a lot of patience
who are very afraid of dying talk about seeing a father in law in the kitchen
and that would scare me out of my mind but they're not afraid
and it really made me realize about how they
are just sort of drifting to the other side they have one foot here in one foot
somewhere else
and a patient who is very frightened will tell you that and yet for some reason it doesn't
bother them.
That would bother me. Mary was a 52-year-old woman.
She had Lou Gehrig's Disease and
it was getting pretty bad she was pretty close to death and the
muscles in her throat were closing up they weren't working very well and
she had a fear that she was going to drown which was essentially
a real possibility for her and one of her last wishes was
that her mother not be told. Her mother was 90 years old and her mother
liked to be called Grandma Rose and she just said this is too hard for mother to
go through
to watch a child die and especially the way I am dying. I don't want my mother to know.
Now the family was in conflict with this but it was her last wish so
what could they do and then
the story as Grandma Rose tells me is
she lived in Texas and one night she went to bed.
She was getting into bed and she saw her husband standing there
and her husband had been dead for twenty years
but she says that he was as real to
her as I am to you and he said
"Rose, I've come to take Mary home." and at that point Grandma Rose just started to
scream and said no no please
let me go back and hold my baby one more time
don't take her until I've gone and I've held her and I've said goodbye
and I've kissed her please don't do that!" and so he just kinda smiled
and faded away and she knew at that point
that he would allow that. So she got on the next plane,
she came to Denver and
for three days she stayed with her daughter and she told her stories and she
combed her hair
and she gave her a bath and she was holding her daughter
when she died and I was there and she just looked at me and she said, You know
I brought her into the world and it's only right that I'm with her when she goes out."
and that would have never happened if Mary's husband wouldn't of come
to her and told her that he was taking her home. Like one person said to me
Well, it's easy for you to say it's going to be peaceful you're not going to die.
and I said, you know you're right. All I know is what I see
and all I know is that somewhere along the line
you're not going to be afraid anymore. Somewhere in those last hours
it's going to go away and somebody will throw you a lifeline .
It will be okay.
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Hospice Nurses Share Their Spiritual Experiences with Dying Patients

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