The prisoners were closely listening to them. Suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the prison's foundations were shaken.
I noticed his eyes changing at the onset of hospice nearly a year ago, eyes went from blue to dull grey, never returned to blue. At time of death, nearly the same, no clouding etc. The odor mentioned in another post: There has been a persistent odor, not foul, but not pleasant either and it was not from cleaning agents or clothing.
It smells like oily skin but much much stronger if that makes sense. More obvious and usual: A surprising one for me, lessened pain without need of medications some days. Another thing not mentioned; radiating fever days before he died.
He spiked a random fever of and you could feel the heat coming from above his body if you held your arm and hand over him as I did, I have never experienced that and was really freaked out by it, but I now know that was probably the beginning of the onset of final death. He also suffered ice cold legs and feet during this fever, which was even more strange.
I was told by a hospice care worker that the hearing is the last thing to go when someone dies, so if you are there just assure them until some time has passed that you love them and its ok.
I was given the gift of being there at the end for my dad and holding his hand throughout. It is something I will cherish and may we all be so lucky in the end.
I hope any of this helps someone.Ares carries Xena through the snow to an ice cavern. An icy coffin, with Gabrielle's body sealed in it, is joined by an empty coffin. Ares places Xena in the coffin.
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You have the best training in the galaxy, but no one can train you for the moment you look death in the eyes Killing the Palestinians often occurs in the course of house demolitions that terrorize their wretched occupants, who frequently look death in the eye.
The information is presented as a collection of tools in a series of interactive DVDs with animated films, support video segments, coloring/activity books, and professional tutorials from leading experts in the field. I have seen people who had a look of death looming over them and soon enough they die but I am around old folks much of the time and so this is no great surprise.
In answer, I think it is possible to see death in the eyes or more accurately, "the absence of life" shining through as vibrantly as it once did. How does the world look at death, how does a believer look at death, and how did Paul look at death?
Death in the eyes of non-believers is viewed with a feeling of helplessness. The person facing the death of a loved one feels hopeless, helpless, and abandoned.