posted on Mar, 7 2006 @ 11:14 PM
"Why dont we make a rule, you cant pass 60 so you wont strugle, why dont we build procesing plants so you can have u'r satisfaction. "
why, my grandmother lived well into her 80's and well, she didn't cry constantly because of the pain......
ah yes, that one little aspect of the whole picture that some are chosing to ignore... constant, never ending pain!!!
I don't think anyone here supports the idea of forcing someone out of this life, for whatever reason, simply because of their health problems. but
well, there are some very sane, rational, quite able to voice their own preferences about the matter who, because of the prognosis of the disease
along with the discomfort they are feeling, well, they would prefer to leave now. there are others, like this baby, who cannot speak for themselves,
and thus are subject to the decisions of others. I would never, in a million years decide the fate of someone who was perfectly capable of
communicating their own desires, but I would never stand in their way if they decided that the disease that was ravagine their body so overwelmingly
overshadowed the positive aspects of their life to the point where they felt it was better to leave. and as for those who are not capable of speaking
on their own behalf. who is better able to decide, loving family members and doctors, or us busybodies who appearantly have nothing better to do than
to stick our noises where it more than like
doesn't belong and politicians who are more concerned where their next big contribution is coming from than the wellfare of the country or any of
again, I will say, that with today's technology, I don't consider it humane to have a life at all costs approach to things. we could concievably
keep people alive forever, if we chose to ignore the amount of pain these people would endure, then I think we would become more like monsters than we
would be humane!
for a group that declares it is taking the moral highground, ummm......why are yous trying to cheat death? It is a natural step in life. and quite
frankly, it is a gift from God. the pysical world is only a small fragment of creation, we are blind to so much while here not to mention limited.
to entirely avoid death or to go to such extreme measure to avoid it for someone else it like trying to keep a child in kindergarten forever.
and if you want my opinion (please forgive the religious rantings), umm....only satan could benefit from having people stuck in the physical
world....it would make them permantly his. and well, satan, the fallen angels and the rest of the gang, they thrive on our emotions....feed off them.
or at least some of them....pain, suffering, dispair, hatred, hopelessness, increase them enough in the physical plane and who will create a feeding
freenzy amounst them...they will grow stronger.
this is my belief, you have yours, neither can be proved or disproved. so, I guess either has about equal validity. you chose to believe that it is
better to be alive, regardless of everything, I strongly disagree. neither can be debunked or supported unless we can peer beyond the viel into that
unknown territory called death. is it oblivion, total nonbeing??? well I don't think there is pain in oblivion, do you? reincarnation, into
another, hopefully heathy body....hey, sounds better to me! or maybe pearly gates, an the loving arms of the creator.
the right to life people don't want babies condemned at birth to a very early painful death, to be allowed to die.
they don't want others, like terri, who in all practical sense was dead, to be allowed to die.
you don't want people to be allowed to die.....life is sacred, it keeps people from escaping the illusion of this world and entering into the other