If you knew the exact moment you were going to die, what would your last words be?
To whom would you say them? We should always consider our words, as we never know which ones will be our last.
Goodbye, adios, see you in another life. I love you to my loved ones.
The words would be to my wife and they would be.
I have loved you from the moment we met,
We have had our sad times, but they were outweighed by good times.
You are my world, you are my life.
My best friend.
It's time for me to go, I'm going to miss you.
But please don't cry, for I'll be waiting for you on the other side.
I love you.
"I told you I was sick"
or, how about:
"I've buried $100,000 in gold under a tree and it's arghhhh..."
I've been with someone when they died and they aren't even much aware what is going on. No last words and one isn't exactly in their right mind at that moment so well thought out words are the very last thing you will likely hear.
I was with my Father in Law minutes before he died and he wasnt aware of anything that was going on.....I dont know if thats the case for everyone..maybe not,but I have been told that the hearing is the last sense a dying person loses so maybe its best for those around the dying person to say what they feel rather than expecting the dying person to do the talking .
"There's a grief that can't be spoken. There's a pain goes on and on. Empty chairs at empty tables. Now my friends are dead and gone."
lol I cant seem to get over these lines....
wouldn't be a bad last few phrases though if I outlast all my friends...
Sayonara suckers! or Adios amigos!, as ideally I would be jumping out of a plane at the time (no use wasting a parachute one me either!)
Let me share a joke.
An English priest visited China. As a part of his daily service, he visited hospitals, went from bed to bed and prayed for the patients' recovery; he also blessed his good wishes to them.
One day he was standing closer to a bed where a Chinese was lying ill. He was awake. As the Priest kept praying with a smiling face intently looking at the patient, the patient started shouting aloud in Chinese and gesturing something vehemently; the priest could not understand a word, but thought the patient was in some agonizing pain and he continued to pray.
Right before his eyes, the patient died in a few moments. The priest was shocked. Nurses came running in. The priest managed to remember the few words that the Chines repeatedly shouted before dying. He repeated those words to the nurses and asked "Would you mind telling me what those last words mean?"
The nurse replied "He said 'Hey move away; you are standing right on my oxygen tube".
I do know the exact moment, but I cannot tell you the words I would speak.
With all the life force energy I could muster in those last few seconds, I'd have to do an Arnie and say:
"I'LL BE BACK"
Great question! I have had a wonderful life and I'm ready when it comes. After saying "I love you" to my kids and the rest of my family, my last words would be "Thank you, God, for giving me a wonderful life. I'm ready to meet you now."
Have a nice day,
I would want the words thankyou and I love you to be my last words and I would say them to my loved ones that would hopefully surround me.
Not to poke fun at a serious question, but I need a laugh......Cheech said it best and I hope I get to Pull it off doing something Incredibly stupid......"Hey, Watch This!"
Well, in my case, I will teach my children, relatives, and friends to be more kind and loving in preparation for heaven. Of course, you don't have to say anymore words which would offend anybody. Thanks and may God bless you always.
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