Eventually Bob lapsed into non-responsiveness, a term used in place of unconsciousness. His eyes were shut, but his breathing, although somewhat labored, was regular and steady. Knowing his hearing was intact, I entered his room one late November afternoon, sat beside his bed and sang to him. Just my voice, no instruments.
My voice alone without any accompaniment was appropriate for Bob at this point. Do you have some thoughts about what more stimulation might do to a dying person? Share below.
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Award Finalist in the "Health: Alternative Medicine" category of the 2017 Best Book Awards