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« on: June 21, 2007, 02:30:49 am »

Salaams and hi everyone.

Recently a very sad incident gave me a lot to reflect upon. A couple of weeks ago my neighbour's mother-in-law passed away of a sudden heart attack. My family and I visited them for condolence and we've met several times during the past fortnight. Yesterday I called my neighbour and her two children for dinner. She, her husband and children live opposite our house. Her late mother-in-law lived with her eldest son, that is, my neighbour's brother-in-law about a mile away. But she was a regular visitor to my neighbour's house, my neighbour's husband being her youngest son. She was a very loving person and the whole family was very close to her. While we were talking about the events of the past few days, here's what she mentioned.

Her mother-in-law visited them at least once every week, sometimes more. Saturday was usually her day. After an early morning shopping of fruits, vegetables and meat, she would promptly drop by at her youngest son's home later in the morning and spend the day. He would then drop her back at the home of his eldest brother after dinner. This was her Saturday routine. The kids looked forward to her visits. She was always calm, with a very even temperament and soft spoken. She was apparently healthy, careful of her diet at her age and though she wasn't in the habit of working out (or exercising), her daily routine kept her fairly busy and on her feet for long hours each day. Her caring children and grand-children fussed a lot about keeping her comfortable, but she disliked being pampered and inactive.

My neighbour mentioned that the most outstanding characteristic of her mannerism was that she was quiet, showed her affections in a subtle way and never indulged in theatrics. Before leaving for home, she would say goodbye to everyone with hugs and kisses. But once she sat in the car, she never looked around. That was just her style everyone observed since long.

She died on a Monday, two days after visiting them the previous Saturday. She got into the car after dinner, and after the usual warm goodbye to all. She sat beside the driver's seat, and as her son drove off with her to drop her home, she waved at the kids from inside the car. She kept waving, and as the car drove a little further, she turned around and continued waving. The children and their mother all waved back. But they couldn't help wondering "how unusual." It was the first time she ever waved after getting into the car and kept waving till they were out of her sight. However, after a while no one thought much about this unusual gesture. Then, early Monday morning the phone rang informing them she had passed away in her sleep.

My neighbour and her family are sure she experienced some inexplicable feeling that she wouldn't be seeing them again, so she uncontrollably waved a very long goodbye, something she had never ever done before. Her persistent manner of waving was so conspicuous that they were convinced it was no casual goodbye and no co-incidence.  It was her sixth sense telling her something.

I must say, my family and I were very moved.

If you have any thoughts, I would love to read it.

May the Almighty Allah grant that pious lady a very good place in Paradise, ameen.
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« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2007, 03:31:04 am »

Very very interesting incident.  Simple yet awesome.   I am also of the opinion that it had something to do with her intuition which she herself didn't understand too well.  May Allah grant her Paradise, ameen.

Thanks for sharing rose
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« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2007, 12:58:46 am »

If your neighbor wasn't exaggerating about her mother-in-law's sobriety on goodbyes, then it's indeed intriguing, very much so. 
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« Reply #3 on: June 29, 2007, 05:50:06 am »

yeah, interesting read ..

If your neighbor wasn't exaggerating about her mother-in-law's sobriety on goodbyes, then it's indeed intriguing, very much so.

heehehee - u seem to be skeptical about the poor daughter-in-law  Grin
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