Up to DateSo, this week I have been at home taking care of things while my mother has been have an operation. 50/50 chance of it working. 50/50 chance of it killing her.
She put of the operation while I was "ill". She put her health last to work so we could keep out house. She put her health last over everything. Not only out of fear for something going wrong, but for her family.
She is an inspiration.
What is it to be selfless? to me it means putting others before yourself. It means sacrifice. When someone is selfless it shows they love them.
My mother had her operation. Now we wait two weeks to see if it will fix it, kill her, or if she needs to go back on the operating table.
My health. It seems that when you fix one thing, or gain control another thing goes wrong or pops up out of the blue.
My question. Is it even possible to be 100% healthy?