The early memories of my grandfather is very sketchy, but from what I remember, he was very upright and straightforward. He was not educated (when we relate to the present term of education) but he was very hardworking and fair in his dealings with others.
As the years went by, he had problems with his memory. It was trivial but it still showed. We as kids did not understand the meaning of it but now looking back I realise that it was the onset of Alzheimer's.
It may not be a painful disease for the one who is suffering but very painful for the loved ones whose world . . . . . read on