Friday, December 23, 2011

Never vanishing the flow of mercy

     Arun, you virtually defeated the death! What I would say.  Five human beings are living today with your donated organs.  What a lucky and blessed fellow you are!   You poured life blood into the veins of many persons who were really living in hopelessness!  Two people are going to watch the awesome scenes of world through your eyes! Your parents are equally to be praised.  They dared to act as per their principles.  At present, our problem is, we lack actions in accordance with our orations.  Any man can be a good orator, but being an activist is the difficult task.  Your parents proved that they can be good activists  irrespective of whatever their oration might be.

    Arun George,  only son of George Tharappel and Selina couples hailing from Koodaranji, Kozhikode, had lost his life after he sustained fatal injuries from a bike accident when he was on the way to his home from Mukkam after watching a movie.    His bike turned over after hitting on an electric post and he got injured very seriously.  Soon after the doctors confirmed his brain death, his parents were deciding to donate his all possible organs to those who are struggling for the life from organ failures.  Arun was an engineering student in Chennai.

   His kidneys were transplanted to Manju and Vineesh.  Manju, a 32 year old house wife, was undergoing dialysis for last five years due to kidney failure and the kidneys of her parents were not matching with hers though they were willing for the donation.  The decision of Arun's parents virtually turned a  blessing for Manju as she has been leading a pathetic life for a long time.  Manju's father Kunjumon and bother-in-law attended the funeral of Arun.  KSFE employee Pratheep kumar is the husband of Manju.  

   Arun's other kidney is transplanted to the body of Vineesh, an ITI student hailing from Thalassery.  He also was undergoing dialysis for the last four months.  His parents also were willing for the donation but the doctors refused to transplant since his mother was a liver patient and his father was 65 year old.  Arun's parent's decision was an unexpected fortune to this miserable family while they were circling in the whirlpool of disappointment.  Vineesh's siblings and parents are eager to convey their gratitude to the parents of Arun as their decision is a great blessing for them.

    A youth liver patient from Kozhikode is the beneficiary of Arun's liver.  Arun's both eyes will be transplanted to two different persons from Kozhikode soon.  Both corneas can be kept without any damage upto 94 hours in MK medium solution at Comtrust eye hospital, Kozhikode. 

    This unique incident reminds us that the rays of hope didn't completely vanish from our society.  Fountain of mercy will continue seeping from the inner circle of human society despite all kind of ongoing unfair events.

Read also : Malayalam news article in Madhyamam daily.
Picture from Madhymam.


  1. This unique incident reminds us that the rays of hope didn't completely vanish from our society. Fountain of mercy will continue seeping from the inner circle of human society despite all kind of ongoing unfair events.

  2. I too read about the sad demise of Arun and subsequent donation organs though the details of recipients was unknown to me. Congrats for this blog-post
    What you said is true the fountains of mercy have not been dried up yet.
    I think the bloggers should concentrate more on the losing value system of society than on other things. Shukur has done a commendable job by highligting the incident.

  3. ചെന്നൈയില്‍ എന്‍ജിനീയറിങ് വിദ്യാര്‍ഥിയായിരുന്ന അരുണ്‍ജോര്‍ജ് വെള്ളിയാഴ്ച രാത്രി മുക്കത്തുനിന്ന് സിനിമ കണ്ടു മടങ്ങുമ്പോള്‍ ബൈക്ക് പോസ്റ്റിലിടിച്ച് മറിയുകയായിരുന്നു. അരുണ്‍ ജോര്‍ജിന് മസ്തിഷ്ക മരണം സംഭവിച്ചതായി തിങ്കളാഴ്ച ഡോക്ടര്‍മാര്‍ അറിയിച്ചതോടെയാണ് കണ്ണുകളും വൃക്കകളും കരളും ദാനം ചെയ്യാന്‍ മാതാപിതാക്കള്‍ തീരുമാനിച്ചത്.
    Thank you Shukoor for posting here with full details.

  4. It is absurd to post a comment like the one posted by Anonymous.Happy to see it is deleted by you!. I received the comment by mail soon after its posting .And in my opinion posting links to ones post as comment is also not good .

  5. Hi Shukoor,
    Good to hear the good deed of Arun's parents.
    Yes, indeed the ray of hope is not far away,
    its in our midst.
    It’s really great to know that Arun is now living thru
    5 different people. As the writer said, Yes, indeed
    He defeated the death virtually.
    Let us emulate Arun’s parents.
    May their tribe increase
    Thanks again Shukoor for sharing Arun’s story.
    Best regards

  6. this is called walking the talk. it's not easy but it's something we should try to follow. well written.



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