one more dilemma of life
Life can change in just a few seconds.
We should be prepared for any change or any sudden mishappenings in life and also we should learn to live with the change.
This I realized a few days back
My motto of life which used to be LIVE TO EAT has become EAT TO LIVE because at this point of life living is more important.
pampering the taste buds, enjoying the food has become secondary.
Earlier I used to always laugh away dietary regulations, discipline in life eating healthy food etc.
Eat and enjoy used to be the mantra of my life.
Now suddenly so many restrictions on husband I don’t think I will ever be able to relish all those dishes which he loves.
Now I know how improper dietary habits can harm anyone.
Blockades in the heart don’t happen overnight. It is a gradual and slow process. We are not aware of it till it causes havoc in the life.
The foundation of blockades is laid right from childhood when food means samosa. Vadas, pizzas, cheese and other such junk food.
The repercussions of hogging all these tasty, mouth watering dishes is felt when suddenly the Doctor orders _– ANGIOPLASTY/BY PASS SURGERY and there crashes the whole world.
At that moment the doctor seems like God- whatever he says and does is the best thing possible.
Everyone says that after angioplasty the person becomes 10 years younger, after all there is no risk now; all the arteries and veins are working properly.
Believing on what everyone is saying even I try to encourage my husband by the same words but deep in my heart I know the life has changed now.
The label of stents in the heart will always be there. How can one expect a person who is living with stents in heart to feel normal ever?
I wonder what is better – to live without knowing whether there are blocks in the heart (doctor says all of us have blocks, a healthy person’s angiography will also show blocks which may suddenly ring warning bells )
or to live with a so called repaired system without any fear for any sudden event for at least some years ???????????