posted on Mar, 6 2006 @ 10:05 PM
okay, let's put it into religious terms for just a minute, here's this new soul, just arrived on planet earth. unfortunately, she is not developed
right. as a result, she will struggle her first three years of life, enduring operation after operation, that is, if she happens to be either born
into a country that has found the sanity of providing her with healthcare regardless of her parents income....if she lives in TX, or a few other
place, well, she'll only get this treatment if her parents are extremely rich!! okay, so she undergoes operation after operation, all the while
suffering, and all the while struggling, just to live. and never, ever able to even come close to reaching the full potential of being human.
why?? would she have lived if it wasn't for our great medical system, wouldn't she had died soon after birth. and well, what do you think would
have happened to that new soul after death? would it have gone back to god? or maybe be given another chance at live, maybe this time with a healthy
body? what do you think would have been the worst that could have happened, she would have been deprived of a life of suffering and pain?
our medical system can be either a blessing or a curse. it can keep us healthy, so we can live a life relatively free from pain, disablity, and early
or it can also serve to prolong our death, and thus increase our agony and pain.
the first, I believe serves a higher purpose of good, the latter though, could only serve to make our world a darker, more miserable place.
christians are susposed to welcome death when it comes, without fear, with faith that the loving creator waits to welcome them.
why fear death when it comes to those who are too weak, ill, and quite frankly in so much pain that they would be willing to accept death
would you rather that life be spent here on this earth, in pain or misery, or would you rather it be spend in the arms of the creator?