Sorry for your loss because I know the pain is real. In a way, is good to know he’s no longer in pain and suffering. This virus leaves many aches and pains, and symptoms that destroy the spirit and will to live.
So far I lost 3 family members to this virus, and 2 very close people I knew. This virus is not playing and I hope people stay alert and on guard bc is still out there trying to get many more.
My neighbor who lost her husband has it again, and her father too, BOTH had it before. They refuse to wear mask and get the vaccine so it’s on them. People think bc they get it; they become immune to the virus, but there’s no such thing, my oldest son got it twice, but thankfully he got the vaccine, and now is going for his booster.
My sister and her daughter got it too, and they can’t walk a block without feeling like they ran a marathon, but they still go to work, and try the best they can to protect themselves.
Send my condolences to your aunt, and keep in constant touch with her because her pain must be so much deeper since she lost her husband, and her best friend, companion of so many years. It must be so hard on her right now my heart goes out to both of you and your family.
I know how hard it must have been to witness your mom dying bc I went through that several times. I have been in a Hospital or the bedside of a person passing to the other world, and is something that stays on our mind forever. Letting it go can be easier when you repeat to yourself that the person is no longer suffering and is finally at peace with no pain. I actually begged GOD to forgive two dying people, and begged HIM to finally let them go, so they could stop suffering already. The screams of agony is something that will live in my mind forever, and is the main reason I TRY to be the best person I can be so God have mercy on me on my dying day.