This post a bit creepy and not for the faint-hearted.
Not sure if it was the side effects of the local anesthesia, or gutom lang dahil sa fasting kaya nangyari ang mga susunod na eksena.
I had a not so ordinary experience inside the ICU of the Khurais branch of Habib Hospital- a mini hotel room complete with toilet and shower. Sosyal di ba?
What if a mother and daughter ghost tandem showed up?
One night, when I woke up (naalimpungatan, di ko alam ang English, sorry tao lang), I saw a tall lady with long black hair standing in front of the toilet’s door. Her hair covered the face.
Then, a little girl probably 4 or 5 years old with a peach dress with black ribbon on the waist line appeared behind the back of the lady and looked at me.
The face was not discernible.
Suddenly, the small girl stretched her arms to me- as if asking for help.
But, both disappeared in a blink of an eye.
I share this to the nurses and they had goosebumps.
The room where I stayed had been a regular venue for paranormal experience.
One time, they heard a gushed of water inside the toilet (parang may nagflush).
But, when they checked it, there was no patient in the room.
The toilet was empty.
During the wee hours of the morning, around 4am to 5am, nurse 1 was doing the regular morning routine of extracting my blood for the lab evaluation.
I saw nurse 2 entered the toilet.
As usual, my veins were not very cooperative. They wanted to play hide and seek. Chit chat with nurse 1 until I noticed that nurse 2 took more time inside the toilet- more or less thirty minutes.
“Ate may diarrhea ba si nurse 2, ang tagal niya kasi sa toilet eh.”
“May tao sa toilet?”
“Di ba pumasok si nurse 2? Nakita ko siya kanina.”
“Sir, huwag kayo magbiro, kinikilabutan ako, inutusan ko si nurse 2 sa pharmacy para kumuha ng gamot nyo.”
“Sinong tao sa banyo?”
Let’s pray for them.
Daily Prayer for the Holy Souls
Immortal God, holy Lord,
Father and Protector of all You have created,
we raise our hearts to You today for those
who have passed out of this mortal life.
In Your loving mercy, Father of all,
be pleased to receive them in Your heavenly company,
and forgive the failings and faults
they may have done from human frailty.
Your only Son, Christ, our Saviour,
suffered so cruelly that
He might deliver them from the second death.
By his merits may they share in the glory
of His victory over sin and death.
For all the faithful who have died we pray,
but in particular for those dear to us,
parents, relatives and friends.
nor do we forget all who did good to us while on earth,
who helped us by their prayers, sacrifice and example.
We pray also for any who may have done us harm,
and stand in special need of Your forgiveness.
May the merits and prayers of our Virgin Mother,
Mary, and those of all the Angels and Saints,
speak for us and assist them now.
This we ask in Christ’s name.