Linda Engeseth was so moved by the beauty and intensity of her father's death experience, it took "every ounce" of the fear of dying from her.
Linda recounts the story of her father’s death:
“My father was in his eleventh year of Alzheimer’s disease. He was being cared for in a home. I was called at 3 a.m. one morning and told to come as quickly as possible because he was dying.
As I sat by his side, my father rolled over in bed, looked at me directly in the eyes and said, plain as day and as if he was perfectly lucid, ‘I’m dying, and I’m scared.’ He had not spoken that clearly in years.
Dad then laid back down. He stared at the ceiling in complete wonderment, like a child at Disneyland. He said, 'Isn’t that beautiful?’
And, then he began reaching for the ceiling with both hands and said, ‘Mamow, Mamow’ over-and-over again.
My mother (my parents were divorced) later told me that Mamow was the name my father called his grandmother when he was a child.
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