Lo que pienso de la muerte [ESP-ENG]

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    Published on Oct 24, 2023
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    Lo que pienso de la muerte

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    Hoy para esta publicación que hago con motivo del tema propuesto en encuentro de talentos con @angelica7 que es “la muerte”, se me ocurrió hablarles de 2 de mis experiencias con la muerte : con mi madre y con mi padre.

    En el video resumo mi opinión, que por supuesto me llevo a tener un entendimiento muy completo y me llevó a un gran desarrollo personal, a ser mucho mejor en la vida, a liberarme y alcanzar otros estadios.

    Primero mi mamá se enfermó por 2 años , y la tuve que cuidar en su demencia, es la persona más importante en mi vida, experimenté su muerte de una forma inusual.

    Ella murió mientras dormía por un paro respiratorio, y no fue hasta 2 horas después que yo hable con ella cuando yacía en su cama, cuando le dije que yo iba a seguir adelante y que todo iba a estar bien, que su corazón dejó de latir.

    Ella estaba esperando a que yo me despidiera, a darme de esa forma su último adiós en el mundo físico.

    Además ocurre un evento paranormal luego de su muerte que me confirmó un acuerdo que tenía con ella en vida, de que se me aparecería si había un más allá.

    Pero lo que quiero decir con esto es que su muerte me enseñó a valorar más la vida y a que cada segundo que estamos aqui en el mundo debemos vivirlo y disfrutarlo al máximo.

    En un principio cuando murió pensaba que el mundo se había acabado para mi, que no tendría una razón para vivir, pero luego asimile que lo que ella quería para mi era verme feliz, avanzando y victorioso, entonces cambie mi visión de la muerte.

    Además la muerte de mi madre fue un elemento liberador, me permitió descansar de la intensa labor de cuidarla, tarea que me desgastaba física, mental y emocionalmente.

    Entonces de esa forma, su muerte fue un descanso para mi, y también para su hermana, que estaba muy preocupada.

    Con mi padre ocurrió algo diferente, también estuve cuidandole por 2 años con su demencia, pero la diferencia es que su muerte me trajo un alivio de tener que cuidarle, sobre todo porque fue un periodo muy duro, tener que atender a la persona que tanto daño te hizo durante su vida.

    Lo hice con respeto a la vida humana (el atenderlo en vida), porque es lo mínimo que se le puede brindar a cualquier ser humano, pero entiendo su desaparición física como un elemento liberador, al fin podría continuar viviendo mi vida, ya que estando atado a cuidarle y atenderle 24 horas al día, no me permitía ni siquiera el poder trabajar, tener vida social o dedicarme a mis asuntos.

    Así veo la muerte desde mi punto de vista, como un elemento liberador y enriquecedor en mi vida.

    Today, for this publication that I am making on the occasion of the topic proposed at the talent meeting with @angelica7, which is “death”, it occurred to me to talk to you about 2 of my experiences with death: with my mother and with my father.

    In the video I summarize my opinion, which of course led me to have a very complete understanding and led me to great personal development, to be much better in life, to free myself and reach other stages.

    First my mom got sick for 2 years, and I had to take care of her in her dementia, she is the most important person in my life, I experienced her death in an unusual way.

    She died in her sleep from respiratory arrest, and it wasn't until 2 hours after I spoke to her as she lay in her bed, when I told her that I was going to keep going and that everything was going to be okay, that her heart stopped beating. .

    She was waiting for me to say goodbye, to say goodbye to her in the physical world.

    Furthermore, a paranormal event occurred after her death that confirmed an agreement I had with her in life, that she would appear to me if there was an afterlife.

    But what I want to say with this is that her death taught me to value life more and that every second that we are here in the world we should live and enjoy it to the fullest.

    At first, when she died, I thought that the world had ended for me, that I would have no reason to live, but then I realized that what she wanted for me was to see me happy, moving forward and victorious, so my vision of death changed.

    Furthermore, the death of my mother was a liberating element, it allowed me to rest from the intense work of caring for her, a task that exhausted me physically, mentally and emotionally.

    So in that way, her death was a relief for me, and also for her sister, who was very worried.

    Something different happened with my father, I was also taking care of him for 2 years with his dementia, but the difference is that his death brought me relief from having to take care of him, especially because it was a very hard period, having to take care of the person who loved me so much. He hurt you during his life.

    I did it with respect for human life (caring for him in life), because it is the minimum that can be offered to any human being, but I understand his physical disappearance as a liberating element, at last I could continue living my life, since being tied to taking care of him and attending to him 24 hours a day, I was not even allowed to work, have a social life or dedicate myself to my affairs.

    This is how I see death from my point of view, as a liberating and enriching element in my life.


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