Robin Gibb is in a Coma

Katie2Katie2 Posts: 162
edited January 1970 in General MJ Discussion
Now I am one of the few teenagers in the world who listen to the Bee Gees and Robin Gibb is now in a cona suffering from pneumonia, colon and liver cancer. He might only have a few days left in this world, but a lot of Bee Gees fans are praying all around the world. So lets hope that he pulls through this and that he'll be "Stayin' Alive"<br /><br />
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  • hesouttamylifehesouttamylife Posts: 5,393
    I am a Bee-Gees fan from way back and love them dearly.  Praying for Robin, that what ever happens, he is free of pain and at peace and that is surrounded by nothing but love.  :icon_cry:
  • RKRK Posts: 3,019
    Yes I have always liked the Bee-Gees as well. This is so very sad. He is only in his early 60's. My heart goes out to Barry. He has already lost two too many brothers.
  • I am also a Bee-Gees fan. I am sure that this disease has taken its toll, which is very sad. He and his family will be in my prayers for healing but also that he suffers no more pain, is able to enjoy whatever time he has left on this earth, and that he's able to share and be with those he wants to be with.<br /><br />I bet this weighs heavy on Michael and those who are close to the family. They will also be in my prayers.<br /><br />Have a blessed Sunday everyone. Hug your loved ones - tomorrow is never known.<br /><br />
  • I remember this song very well  :(<br /><br />
    <br /><br />This is very sad news.
  • TinkTink Posts: 1,175
    His brother died of the same twisting of the intestines...heart-breaking.<br /><br />To Robin - My prayers are with you; you've brought much joy into this world. Never stop fighting!<br />But if it's your time, may an angel lift you up painlessly, to be with your twin in Heaven.<br />With much love, and fond memories, and prayers - a little girl hugs you tightly from the past, with a peck on the cheek.
  • @Everlastinglove... I've posted the same song as you today too, without knowing this unfortunate news, what a coincidence !!! I am sorry to hear that Robin is in a coma, I'll pray for him !!!  :-\
  • SouzaSouza Posts: 9,396
    This is terrible news. Seems like the Gibb brothers are cursed. This would be brother number 3 to die much too soon. Let's hope he will get better though, but it sounds very serious. I'm a HUGE BeeGees fan.

    "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."

  • sandythymesandythyme Posts: 365
    I am a huge Bee Gees fan as well, I am so sad over this news about Robin and his struggle with this disease and now a  coma....  My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.   
  • ShyBleuEyesShyBleuEyes Posts: 623
    I'm not an huge fan, although i like theyre music.<br />always sad this kind of news :(<br /><br /> :'(
  • MJonmindMJonmind Posts: 7,290
    Voiceforthesilent<br />
    Hug your loved ones - tomorrow is never known.
    <br />So true!<br /><br />Bee Gees star Robin Gibb in a coma as his family keeps bedside vigil | News 24 Now<br />
    Others offering their prayers online included Julian Lennon, the son of John Lennon, and former Jackson 5 member Jackie Jackson.
    <br /><br />I love this song! My prayers with the Gibb family.<br />Robin Gibb (Bee Gees) - I Started A Joke (LIVE @ MGM Las Vegas 1997) - YouTube
  • on 1334513805:
    <br />I am also a Bee-Gees fan. I am sure that this disease has taken its toll, which is very sad. [size=14pt]He and his family will be in my prayers for healing but also that he suffers no more pain,[/size] is able to enjoy whatever time he has left on this earth, and that he's able to share and be with those he wants to be with.<br /><br />[size=18pt][size=14pt]I bet this weighs heavy on Michael and those who are close to the family. They will also be in my prayers.[/size][/size]<br />Have a blessed Sunday everyone. Hug your loved ones - tomorrow is never known.<br />
    <br /><br />[size=18pt]amen[/size]
  • PureLovePureLove Posts: 5,891
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    <br />To Robin - My prayers are with you; you've brought much joy into this world. Never stop fighting!<br />But if it's your time, may an angel lift you up painlessly, to be with your twin in Heaven.<br />With much love, and fond memories, and prayers - a little girl hugs you tightly from the past, with a peck on the cheek.<br />
    <br /><br />This is so beautiful Tink.  :icon_cry:<br /><br />I'm not a fan of the group but this is so sad and tragic. My thoughts and prayers are with him.
  • mindseyemindseye Posts: 980
    Tink... sweet message.<br /><br />I haven't seen any updates on this sad news. Praying he pulls through. <br />
  • paula-cpaula-c Posts: 7,597
    Sad news :-\
  • blankieblankie Posts: 2,350
    The Bee Gees are a column in the history of modern music....  :icon_e_sad:  I'm so sad for this news, for the man... :icon_cry:<br />
  • onemoretimeonemoretime Posts: 114
    :icon_cry:<br />"Don't cry alone" - what a tragedy! Performed by Robin only recently. He was full of hope and new energy for his project "The Titanic Requiem". <br />His brother Barry and Michael singing together: " All in your name", an amazing song, with Michael singing like an angel.<br />Praying and hoping for a wonder, but seeing Robin's wife leaving the hospital in despair is heart-breaking.<br /><br /><br />
  • TinkTink Posts: 1,175
    As long as he doesn't go into renal failure - he's fighting! When in a coma, you can hear those around you, and as long as you talk to them, read to them, you provide an anchor to reality for them. It helps. It's literally in God's hands now.
  • mjj4ever777mjj4ever777 Posts: 1,467
    <br />This is so very sad. My Heart goes out to Barry, and the whole Gibb family.<br /><br /> I am sending you the Blue Angel of Healing, so that she may heal your heavy Hearts, and watch over Robin.<br />With all my LOVE. God Bless. <br /><br />angel%20blue.jpg
  • TinkTink Posts: 1,175
    Barry and Robin's kids have been singing to Robin, in hopes that will give him an anchor to wake up. That's really intelligent, and one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard people doing for a loved one!<br /><br />Hang in there, Robin. For everyday you hold the line, 'tis another day's worth of healing.
  • TinkTink Posts: 1,175
    They just announced on the radio while I've been driving, that Robin's partially awake!! It may not look good in the long run, but he can respond to his loved ones - which is improvement on any level.<br /><br />This shows that Robin is indeed fighting hard, against all odds. There are of course, many people in the world like him, but he's one we can relate to, so we are. I believe in fighting, even when it looks hopeless to others - because that's when it takes sheer willpower and love from those around you to make a difference. <br /><br />They've found out that when a patient can visualize rounding up the cancer cells in their mind, and obliterating them - it really does reflect in reality. And this is what I'm hoping is something similarly happening here. The mind is a powerful thing.<br /><br />Whatever happens, Robin - many are praying for you; so take that prayer energy, and cocoon yourself with LOVE that is freely given to you; take strength you need from it, while you are weak. Because that's what it's for! curses aren't real, so don't let that drag you down.<br /><br />A little girl's butterfly kisses on the cheek, and a big hug to you!
  • hesouttamylifehesouttamylife Posts: 5,393
    Tink, I so know what you’re  saying.  I am reading a book “Dying to be me” by Anita Moorjani that gives so much hope for people who are battling end stage diseases.  She had suffered from cancer for 4 years, really suffered, and was at the end stage where her body was shutting down with the cancer having spread all through her system.  She lapsed into a coma where she describes still being able to hear and had an awareness of everything around her but not being able to react to anything.  She descibes an out of body experience, recalling how she felt so light and free and no pain, not any.  She heard the doctor telling her family how it was too late. that her heart was beating, but she was not there.  Hearing her family crying and wondering why because she had never felt better in her life.  She describes it as being a purely joyful and jubilant.  And how she could actually feel what her family was going through.  She says her essence continued to thrive as life was leaving her body, and that she finally learned what heaven was about.  She was given the choice to continue on the beautiful journey to death or she could come back.  She came out of her coma a new person.  She regained her strength and all the cancer was gone.  She declares that she is not afraid of dying anymore and neither does she worry anymore about those who have gone on before her because she knows the journey and it is hard not to continue on because you become one with the universe and it all finally makes sense. I believe in miracles and I feel a lot like she does because I have had a near death experience myself.  Not to the extent that she did, but very close and I can attest to the fact that it is as she describes.  Let me quote “I believe that the greatest truths of the universe don’t lie outside, in the study of the stars and the planets.  They lie deep within us, in the magnificience of our heart, mind, and soul.  Until we understand what is within, we can’t understand what is without.”  “This is a book that definitely makes the case that we are spiritual beings having a human experience …and that we are ALL One”.  It lies within us to make the choice.  If Robin is strong enough to turn back, then he will pull through.  But it is hard not to go when everything that awaits is more beautiful than anything you’ve already seen.
  • TinkTink Posts: 1,175
    @hesouttamylife - That I do understand, as I died in the OR last November when the Versed & Propofol stopped my heart stopped. I did take a peek on the other side, and that's why I actually came back! I realized I was making a very grave mistake; my work here wasn't done. I also didn't want my comics & toys tossed, as they should be read by children.<br /><br />We are One, I can vouch for that. But some of us need our Other half, in this physical lifetime. I came back so he didn't pull a Romeo over my Juliette, for my finally just letting go.
  • hesouttamylifehesouttamylife Posts: 5,393
    :icon_lol: I hear ya on those comic books.  God forbid I should leave this life without finding a guardian of all my Michael Jackson memorabilia.  :icon_eek:  to think what could happen to it keeps me constantly searching for a museum that will honor his legacy and cherish his things.  Anyone give me a heads up on that one?  Tomorrow is not promised… so soon please.  :smiley-vault-misc-150:
  • TinkTink Posts: 1,175
    My horror collector friend, Forey Ackerman, found someone before he passed. He got some of the money up front to secure the collection. The rest was paid to his widow.
  • Katie2Katie2 Posts: 162
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    <br /> :icon_lol: I hear ya on those comic books.  God forbid I should leave this life without finding a guardian of all my Michael Jackson memorabilia.  :icon_eek:  to think what could happen to it keeps me constantly searching for a museum that will honor his legacy and cherish his things.  Anyone give me a heads up on that one?  Tomorrow is not promised… so soon please.  :smiley-vault-misc-150:<br />
    <br /><br />Haha yeah my MJ collection which I have collected over 7 years and spent over €300 on is priceless to me, the same with my Harry Potter collection  ;D When I die, I hope somebody takes care of it and doesn't let it go mouldy and get broken because I will personally  haunt the person who destroys my MJ collection
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