posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 10:48 PM
Well, over the death part, I do have to admit that I agree with the husband. I have not read other stuff on ATS about this, so sorry if I make others
upset or touch on something already posted, but I am thinking about myself in that situation from both the husband and the wifes side. I personally
would not want to be kept alive like that. I also would not want to be responsible for forcing life on her for my personal well being. I personally
feel it is time to let her spirit rest. I am not a cold person and I feel sad for both sides in this as well as her, but sometimes difficult things
can sometimes be for the best. But, back to the subject of this.
Well, if she is Catholic, then I say it should follow her religous ideas. The question would be, was SHE Catholic? I mean, she may have been raised
Catholic, but if her parents are Catholic and she did not follow their path in adulthood, then it should be up to what she would have wanted. If SHE
was a practicing Catholic, I say go with the parents, if not, then the husband probably knows better.......
This is not a time to make oneself feel better and let pride take over, it is time to give HER respect, even if it goes against ones values, ideas, or