Mia, diagnosed with cancer and paranoid schizophrenia, refuses to take her medicine despite her pain. She thinks that everyone is trying to kill her.
A 50-year-old patient’s liver is filled with cancer. The fluid in her internal organs is slowly being drained out everyday, and so is her time.
Ella is fast asleep as her son and daughter-in-law, Betty and John, have just gotten into an argument. And then her breathing changes.
Despite her daily encounters with pain and suffering, Susan Randall, a hospice nurse, sets her eyes on Heaven and grows in her conviction of the hope that awaits. Chan Shiyin reads her story, which can be found at: “Why I Meet Dying People Every Day”.
Soundtrack: Faithless Constellation, Quiet Sill and Purple Light by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue).