PARALIMNI: The mother of Sotiris is moved "He was in a coma for two weeks...He opened his eyes at the time of the Resurrection"

"Sotiris was in a coma for two weeks... We experienced Golgotha ​​on M. Week"

NOSOKOMIO PARALIMNI, Sotiris, Traffic

The words of the mother of 17-year-old Sotiris, who was discharged from the Famagusta Hospital after the traffic accident that occurred on the evening of April 21 in Ayia Napa, are touching.

In a social media post, she wrote "Sotiris was in a coma for two weeks... We experienced Calvary last week. But the All-Good God blessed him and we all experienced the Resurrection. It is no coincidence that our Savior opened his eyes for the first time at the time of the First Resurrection, on the morning of Holy Saturday."

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See her message:

April 21, 2024…May 21, 2024…A month is coming to an end, a month of pain, agony but also of deep faith and prayer… Time for us from 10:30 that Sunday night passed excruciatingly slowly… Our hours seemed like centuries… From waiting waiting, critical hours for the life of our Savior. Our faith did not waver for a single minute on this journey. On the contrary, it grew stronger at every critical moment in the development of our child's health. The selfless love and prayers of so many clergy and so many people, known and unknown, strengthened our own hours of martyrdom outside the Intensive Care Unit of the Nicosia General Hospital. The photos and videos we received from the mass participation in the petitions for our Savior were a source of strength and hope for us. Sotiris was in a coma for two weeks... We experienced Golgotha ​​on M. Week. But the All-Good God blessed him and we all experienced the Resurrection. It is no coincidence that our Savior opened his eyes for the first time at the time of the First Resurrection, on the morning of Holy Saturday. With God's help today, one month later our Savior was discharged and walking back to our house standing. We would like from the bottom of our hearts to thank all of you who have been by our side on this journey. To thank each of you who supported us either with their physical presence or with their prayers or in any other way. We must express our deep gratitude to the medical, paramedical and nursing staff of the Intensive Care Unit of the Nicosia General Hospital who, under the supervision of a wonderful person, "our Angel" with the white apron, Dr. Anna Vavlitou @Anna Vavlitou, with the Divine Enlightenment given by everyone's prayers, they cared for our Savior with so much love and selflessness, making at every critical moment those wise medical choices that brought this wonderful result!!! We feel very lucky and deeply grateful that our Public Hospitals can provide such high level medical services to the citizens of our country!!!