Two Days In The Hospital – Over 7500 Stones of Hope – Be Grateful


Hi everyone,

once again the year is ending. 2014 is coming to an end. Actually, I can remember how I was writing a post at the end of 2013. Time passes very fast…well, that is how I experience it…Time is absolutely the most precious “Not Touchable” power in our life that we all share the same way. Use your time wisely because you never know when it is all gone…

A few days ago my wife and I were visiting a special person in the hospital. After a view hours we decided to go home. A 45 minute drive was in front of us. When we left the room I immediately felt a pain on the left side close to my stomach. I went to the toilet and hoped something would change so I would feel better to drive home again, but I was absolutely wrong.

I came out of the toilet and my wife said I looked pretty pale…well, everything happen pretty fast and the pain on my left side became worse. At that point there was no way that I could drive home again. Therefore, we went down to the emergency room and “checked in”! I can not describe the pain I had in detail but I can tell you, that I could not stand anymore. I had to sit down and more or less I was screaming for help. Due to the fact, that I looked pretty pale and that I continuously said that the pain got stronger and stronger, the nurse granted me access to the emergency room where I could lie down on a stretcher.

After a few minutes (10-30minutes) they made a ultrasound and brought me back to the emergency room where a doctor looked at the results and finally ordered to give me some painkillers (liquid). This “little bottle” was just amazing. The liquid entered into my body and after 5-10 minutes most of the pain was almost gone. ohhh yeah that was the moment I could talk normally again… The doctor explained me that I had kidney stones…”KIDNEY STONES” I was completely shocked – I never thought that kidney stones can hurt so much…I never thought that I would get kidney stones…ohhhhh boy… I was out of my mind…

After they gave me the painkiller, I could walk again, and so they brought me up to the seventh floor in a room where I could rest. My wife was all the time next to me and she informed my family as well. My mother and sister came to visit me. Around eight o’clock at night everyone left my room and I started to think and ask questions why this is happening to me…..

It did not take long and I was thinking about our project “The Growing Stone of Hope”. I imagined how it is for a homeless boy or girl having this pain I just experienced and not having the opportunity to be treated right away. What is a young homeless child going to do when he or she has this pain? The pain I had was awful but my pain has been relieved within one hour. A homeless child in India will probably not receive the same treatment as most of us.

Let’s come back to my question: Why did I have Kidney Stones? Here is my interpretation – > my interpretation will sound crazy for some people but that does not matter to me. Kidney Stones and The Growing Stone of Hope have one word in common “Stone(s)” ;furthermore, while I was on the stretcher and in my bed I was hoping that the kidney stones would just vaporize while urinating.

My hopes and wishes became true the same night. The painkiller made me urinate a couple of times and two to three stones left my body sooner or later. The next day the doctor made a ultrasound again and said that I have some tiny stones left which can not be destroyed at the moment and so he let me go home and I checked out.

At the moment I feel well but many times a day I catch myself thinking about the pain I had and about the question when I am going to experience it again.

I am sure some of you had kidney stones as well and it has been a piece of cake dealing with it for some of you. I know there are illnesses, diseases, etc. out there that are more than horrible. I am just sharing this story with you to start a movie in your head that illustrates the different worlds we are living in. Actually, I am just posting this story to push you to let everyone know about this project. If we want that this project becomes successful – then we need that people know about it. We need that as many people support us as possible. I believe that the pain I had was a reminder for me how important it is that this project becomes a huge success and that there are many people out there that need our “Combined Support”.

Leave us a comment and let the world know that together we can change the world!

If I do not post again in this year I wish you MERRY XMAS and a Happy New Year!

Take Care and be Grateful for everyone who is close to you and for everything that you have!

Best regards

The Growing Stone of Hope Couple!

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