Last few days, one night when I was not at home, my mom told me that my dad fainted. He coughed till faint.
My dad has been coughing even before we went to Korea. He is an asthma patient as well. And in fact, up till this moment, he is still suffering from coughing.
That night, my dad coughed non stop till his whole face turned red, and things on his hands all dropped on the floor, and he was unconscious.
My mom was somewhere near him, and she realized this, she went to him and wake him up. But she had been waking him up for a very long time, she felt so scared and worried. After a very long time, suddenly my dad opened his eyes and asked: "Why? What happened to me?"
I feel so terrible because I was not at home that time. What if my dad needs someone to send him to hospital but my mom doesn't know how to drive? And I really thank God that my mom was somewhere near my dad that time and she got to realize his condition very quick.
These days when I look at my dad, I will look at him for a longer time, because I scare I might just lose him in the next second. I know this is the stage that everyone has to go thru, but I hope my parents get to see me get married and get to see their grandchildren as well.
Be grateful to what you have right now, before it is too late.