and her intestines were not holding anything
and so the workers had put a pan under her bed,
cut a hole in bottom of the bed,
and everything in her was just pouring out into that pan.
I could tell that she had AIDS.
Both in the way she looked
and the fact that she was off in this corner alone.
The stigma of AIDS is vicious,
especially for women.
And the punishment is abandonment.
When I arrived at her cot,
I suddenly felt completely and totally helpless.
I had absolutely nothing I could offer this woman.
I knew I couldn't save her.
But I didn't want her to be alone.
So I knelt down with her and put my hand out.
She reached for my hand and grasped it and she wouldn't let it go.
I didn't speak her language. And I couldn't think of what I should say to her.
And finally I just said to her, it's going to be okay.
It's going to be okay. It's not your fault.
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