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“Wan nak cari misi2 semua nanti di Padang Mahsyar”

“Wan nak cari misi2 semua nanti di Padang Mahsyar” – Ungkapan Ringkas yang Mampu Buatkan Doktor Ini Menangis | Doktor wanita ini kongsikan perbualan bersama salah seorang pekerjanya di Facebook ketika sedang memandikan seorang pesakit tua.

Apa yang diceritakan oleh doktor ini memang buatkan kami sendiri rasa bila terbaca kata-kata orang tua yang sudah uzur kepada misi2 yang menjaganya ini. Seorang ibu yang ketandusan kasih sayang daripada seorang anak namun diabaikan.

“Wan nak cari misi2 semua nanti di Padang Mahsyar”

Jika kami lah nurse tersebut, kami sendiri akan menangis bila terdengar kata-kata itu. Terharu pesakit tua ini kerana mendapat perhatian lebih daripada anaknya sendiri.

Kisah ini dikongsikan oleh Mohd Syamirulah Rahim di laman Facebook miliknya.

Macam mana Wan nak cari misi2 semua nanti di Padang Mahsyar nak cakap terima kasih?

?#?wardstories? ?#?thankyounurses? ?#?staffnurse?

Earlier today, I saw one of our staff nurses (SN) crying at the nurse counter. She made no attempt to hide it so it was only natural to ask her

“Hey, what happened?”

SN: Doctor, how can I not be sad. Do you want to know what did the patient say to me just now? When I was ‘sponging’ (bathing) her?

Me: mmmm?

SN: How will I ever find all of you on Judgement Day? It will be so difficult when everyone will be there and I will have to find you to say my thanks to you for taking care of me. I fear that I won’t be able to find each one of you whom have helped me today.

*Macam mana Wan nak cari misi2 semua nanti di Padang Mahsyar nak cakap terima kasih? Ramai orang nanti, Wan takut tak jumpa…
*she fondly calls herself Wan (grandma in loghat n9)

None Of Them Can Stay By Her Side While She Is

Me: (stared very hard at the case notes, trying not to cry and at the same time keeping quiet because my heart felt so heavy and there’s this choking sensation, OK, will review her last to talk to her longer)

SN: How can I not cry doctor? Tell me..
Me: mmmm. Where are her 6 children?
SN: Busy working doctor.

Sighs. She is happy though, and is keen to return to the RM200/month old folks home (‘pondok orang tua’ as she calls it) to meet her friends. She used to raise her 6 children alone after her husband passed away and now none of them can stay by her side while she is ill.
A reminder for all of us, to please always take care of our parents.

Ia sekaligus membuka mata kami untuk terus ingat kepada orang tua walau sibuk mana pun , sebagai seorang anak itu adalah tanggungjawab kita apabila kita untuk menjaganya apabila mereka sudah tua nanti.

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