Set your Needle Driver Up!

Set your Needle Driver Up!

Set your Needle Driver Up!

By - Sohaila Ihab

Set your needle driver up to keep the suture needle in place. Pull out the tissue forceps. Push the needle through the skin at a 90-degree angle. Suture the wound. The press presses internal healing so often that bodily healing doesn’t usually get the hunk of the pork chop. 
                    
The healing of the body is also a sort of soulful healing. Consider being plagued by a probable or perhaps an existing disease that can only be treated by piercing surgery. Will you be relieved after the surgery? Will your hourglass run out of the sand while you wait? With every breath in and every breath out, hesitation takes the lead. High hopes either mean one leg in the grave and a grave disappointment or a repaved path to a new life. 

What about how the patient feels knowing they’ll only see their loved ones an uncertain number of clock tic-tocks? And this resonates with the argument some may advocate regarding leaving their “dying” relatives claiming that one last good-bye is the hardest of all. While opponents claim that this last good-bye remains the best anecdote in one’s life. Besides, no dead-bodied soul ever regrets spending in this life-especially spending time with loved ones. One takes and greedily gobbles due to neediness for this life, but upon leaving one goes back to his naked self-sans everything.

So, every survival from that tough grip of death has to be celebrated. Why not tattoo your son’s open-heart surgery scar to remind –even death-of your unconditional love and support to him? “Not even death can tear us apart”: just as quoted.