She clearly wanted to go up and I realized the sunwas going down
and what she wanted to do was go up on the rooftop and see the sunset.
The workers in this home for the dying were very busy.
I said to them can we take her up on the roof top?
And they said, "No. No. We have to pass out medicines."
他们说 "不行 我们还需要分发药物"
I waited that for that to happen and I asked another worker and they said
"No no no, we are too busy. We can't get her up there."
"不行不行 我们太忙了 没时间把她抬上去"
And so finally, I just scooped this woman up in my arms.
She was nothing more than skin over bones
and I took her up on the roof top
and I found one of those plastic chairs that blows over in the light breeze
I put her there and sat her down
and put a blanket over her legs
and she sat there facing to the west, watching the sunset.
她坐在那里 面朝西方 静静地看着日落
The workers knew -- I made sure they knew that she was up there
so that they would bring her down after later that evening after the sun went down
and then I had to leave.
But she never left me.
I felt completely and totally inadequate in the face of this woman's death.
But sometimes, it's the people that you can't help that inspire you the most.
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