Elderly person dies in train station waiting hall, monk waiting for his train prays for his soul
November 25th, travelers noticed an old man asleep who had been asleep on a bench for a long time. When they patted him, the old man’s body was cool to the touch and 120 emergency first aid personnel then confirmed that the old man had passed away. A monk who was waiting for his train performed a religious ceremony for the old man to help his soul find peace.
[Above photo] November 25th, an elderly person passed away in the waiting hall of the Shanxi Taiyuan train station. A monk who happened to be waiting for his train went forth, held the deceased’s hand, and proceeded to pray for him.
The police cordoned off the area to investigate.
The old man’s identity and cause of death is unknown.
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The monk is a good person…
Now this is a true monk! Seeing the simply dressed monk holding the dead old man’s hand sincerely praying for him and then bowing deeply while the old man lies askew on the bench, his body already cold, my eyes couldn’t help but moisten. Already moved by the monk, I am again struck by life’s impermanence!
Think about one’s own loved ones, and spend more time with them!
Namo Amitabha. With today’s society, we can only depend on prayer. Everything else is useless.
The day, the second, this old man was born, he too never thought he would one day leave this world in the waiting hall of a train station. Things are difficult to predict, and our lives are over in a moment. We will be no different.
I feel really terrible. This is what the rabble looks like. Rest in peace.
…a little dreary, a little moving.
In this world, the only people left who still have kindness in them are monks.
Poor old man, I wonder if he has his identity card on him.
Chinese people should have some faith/religion. That person departed this world too miserably, but perhaps that monk can be considered a comfort.
The dead are not scary, what’s scary are the living.
Around them are all expressions of indifference. The souls of our country’s people have all been sold to the devil.
Those with faith/religion are always more kind than those without.
The monk did a good thing. Life is impermanent. The old man looks like he died very peacefully, probably died in his sleep. For one’s life to have this kind of painless end is fortunate.
Every passing life should be respected, and this monk’s actions reflect this.
Then look at the people in the background, basically none of them have clear and kind-hearted expressions, their dispositions all poor, probably because they normally
don’t think about how to elevate their own characters, only thinking about how to secure personal gain.
Looking at what he’s wearing, and the scene of his departure, it’s really heartbreaking and tear-jerking. At his age, he should be enjoying his later years, and I wonder if he’s running around on the road because he has to make a living. Old man, rest in peace.
Rest in peace, don’t reincarnate into this period of China in your next life.
I’ve seen too many fake monks and nuns who beg for money that suddenly seeing this compassionate monk makes me see that there really still are true monks and nuns.
Have you ever discovered a dead person?