Because graves are places of death, grave condition is a very bad condition.
A grave is called Sheol in Hebrew. Hell was originally understood as the grave as well. During the middle ages, priests changed these meanings to mean the fiery pit of eternal torment in order to scare people into obedience. As the view continues today in many churches, it originates from Dante’s Inferno.
A grave condition refers to someone whose body has deteriorated from being healthy to the worst possible state. Medical teams are also not hopeful that the patient can recover. It doesn’t matter what the medical professionals or anyone else says, there is always HOPE. Miracles do happen! The end can be different sometimes.
There is little chance of survival, near death. Fidel does not have cancer after all, according to a recent report by an American doctor. In addition to recovering from abdominal surgery, an 80-year-old man is facing a serious setback.
You’re ready to go to the grave when you do that.
The patient is very close to death, hence the word grave
Grave condition: what is it
This term has been linked to Fidel Castro because it indicates he is not doing well and is probably dying or on his deathbed There is no Twilight Zone in the distance, but rather an EXIT door. Goodbye,