It is interesting how small events in our lives stick with us. It's like our brain sorts through events, big and small, and decides there is room on the mental shelf or tosses them in the main, messy-thought room. Sometimes these events are huge such as life and death and a lot of them are just everyday things. But some of them are just a small moment in time that seems to have stuck in our brain for some reason we may never figure out.
I woke up in the hospital in terrible pain. And I was not happy. I had gone in for a fairly simple procedure but one thing had lead to another and once they got into my gut the Doctor chose to cut me open and fix the things that were not right along with the 'simple procedure'. When I woke up I knew there was something wrong because I felt angry, in pain, and could not get up and go to the bathroom. Shortly after I had been moved from the recovery room to a patient room, the Doctor made a quick stop to see how I was doing and softly said he would come back later. It was apparent I was allergic to the Morphine pain drug since I had suddenly turned into a loud, angry drunk! I had no idea I could not take that drug. The next visit was from a nurse with a shot that zonked me out in a sweet, peaceful other-world and I slept the entire night. There are times we cannot possibly know something until it happens.
When I woke up the next day I had been moved into a room with an angry lady who evidently couldn't blame anything on Morphine like I could. She spoke in a loud growl cussing at everyone and everything. She paced back and forth, threw things down, smacked her hand on the bed tray, and found fault with everything. Remember, I was laying there having been cut open, in pain, and in a room with no welcoming energy. The lady sarcastically informed me I could not expect any good service from the nurses, that she had been in this hospital room for five days and nothing was being done with her bleeding stomach ulcer! I told her I had just had surgery and was not up to talking right now and needed rest. My statement evidently encouraged her to feel that no one liked her, no one was doing anything for her, that she rang for a nurse but no one would come in and all of it threw her into another bad mood, pacing back and forth, crying, expressing sorrow and frustration, waving her hands around... And there I was in pain, in a hospital room, and not feeling very positive either! To this day I am not sure who to blame for my next statement but at that frustrating moment I said in a low, growling tone: "Well, you are not exactly a sweetie pie goodie two-shoes!"
To this day I can remember every bit of that moment. The air was thick, I was frustrated, in pain, had just put down an angry lady standing with her back to the sunny window in a hospital room and I was laying there waiting for stuff to hit the fan. The next minute was just totally the least expected thing I could ever imagine! Suddenly there was the loudest, from-the-gut laughter you can ever imagine! I turned and looked at her absolutely amazed. She was still standing in the same place with her back to the sunny window but her head was thrown back and she was laughing from the core of her being. She slapped her hands on the bed tray and gasped and started laughing again! Loud joyful tears flowed out of her sad, painful face, and I could feel the room take on a totally different energy.. The lady bellowed: "You are right! Why would I expect anyone to want to help me!?" She was laughing from the heart. All the fear and frustration was leaving her body being replaced with totally positive energy. I saw a nurse peek around the doorway and then disappear. My roommate was still laughing and talking at the same time. She said: "I am the one who is causing my problems! No wonder my gut won't stop bleeding!" Her entire energy had changed 100% in one moment in time. She laughed and cried and came to my bed and patted my arm and went on and on about how much better she felt! A nurse came in and acted very nonchalant trying not to make it look like she was there to see if someone had gone nuts. She smiled and quickly went out the door to report things to the nurse's station. From that moment on our room was full of nurses. The lady and I were waited on like we were in a luxury hotel, and when her husband came in that evening he just stood and stared at her! She was smiling, laughing, hugging and the energy around her was wonderful. She said something private to her husband and he twirled around and stared at me! I didn't say anything, but thought: 'Yes sir, it was me. I am the one who called your wife out on the carpet! You are welcome!'
I must admit that moment has stayed with me my entire life and almost made it worth the reason I was there. I discovered there are times to say something and hope for the best. What I learned is that even a bad time can be changed and turned into a good time. There is really no way to know if our words or actions will take the positive road, but I learned there are times to just try and hope for the best. We can offer a new way to look at it. I learned there is always a different way to think and that we can all help the energy around us. Give it a try...you count too!
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