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I hope I'm not going to have heart trouble like Dad



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

The Art of Dying – Drs Peter and Elizabeth Fenwick

Janice Ashton:

I was on the way to work. The time was around 8.15 in the morning and my husband had just stopped, to drop me off at a point from where I used to walk the last 15 minutes or so to work.

As I shut the car door, I experienced a severe pain around my heart. I tried to wave my husband to stop the car but without success, and I therefore struggled to the back of the pavement and held on to the fence. At that time I then thought, 'I hope I'm not going to have heart trouble like Dad.' The pain then went away and I walked on to work.

I had, only been at my desk for about ten minutes when I had a telephone call from my father's place of work - the manager rang to tell me that my father had had a heart attack and had been taken to the hospital. He had collapsed soon after arriving at work, which was 7.30 a.m. Around five minutes after this call I had another call saying that my father had been dead on arrival at the hospital.

The source of the experience

Ordinary person

Concepts, symbols and science items


Science Items

Activities and commonsteps