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Martin plied himself from the wooden station bench as the 0804 train to Aberdeen pulled into the station A mass of motion flooded towards platform 3 as the trains arrival was announced over the fuzzy speakers People rushed passed Martin with suitcases trailing behind them eager to get the best seats Martin was in no hurry as he scanned past the carriages for one with the least amount of people to bother him Martin was last to board as he clambered into a carriage with just two other people an elderly woman and what looked like her son He selected a seat furthest away from the others and out of site He was on his way to Aberdeen to see his mother in hospital who had been diagnosed with cancer the week before Martin had left it a week to see his mother as he was too busy with his own life It was Martins brother John who had forced Martin to visit his mother A family death was a thought that had rarely crossed over Martins selfish mind Now with his mother in such a critical condition it was something that he would have to take seriously With the thought of death playing heavily on his mind he began to think of what happens after you die Being a very scientific and matter of fact person he had always presumed that when you die you are no more and never will be anything more Suddenly this idea felt uncomfortable to Martin He found it difficult to accept his normal scientific chain of thought Perhaps it was down to the fact that his mother was in the situation she was in and that Martin was grabbing on to straws in trying to find something that would comfort himself Although Martin had a rather heartless exterior he had a loving personality that was locked deep inside himself He thought that if there was
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