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March 17, 2005

Day of Prayer and Fasting for Terri Schiavo Set for March 18

Topics: General

Bryan at The Narrow posts a reminder that tomorrow March 18th is a Day of Fasting and Prayer for Terri. He writes, "Whether or not the Legislation before Congress passes and her life is spared, I feel we should continue with everything as planned. It would then of course change to a time of thanksgiving and worship for what God has done. So, please join me and all the others in this effort of prayer and fasting."

Posted by tim at March 17, 2005 7:18 AM


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Comments

Doesn't Terri have rights too and shouldn't the sanctity of her marriage and the intimacy of their shared feelings be respected above a parent's fear of losing their child? What kind of life is Terri living? She has no awareness inspite of the wishful thinking of her parents. I do not agree with starvation, it is cruel, but this type of a battle serves no one...especially Terri. As Christians you would agree that when Terri passes on from this life she will sit with our Lord. Why deprive her of that seat? You are pushing a man beyond his wildest limits and that is not your place to do so. The job of a christian is to be Christ-like. How do you know what G-d would do? Wouldn't he be merciful and take his child home with him? She is deserving. I appreciate your efforts to preserve the sanctity of life, but unless you can protect all aspects of it from the point of salvation, leave the heavy lifting to G-d himself.

Posted by: Rose at March 17, 2005 10:51 AM

Um, I'm sorry but we cannot play judge, we need to give her food and water, and if she dies eventually it is up to God, it is not up to us to starve her.

Posted by: Meehls at March 17, 2005 11:42 AM

It is interesting to see that people such as Rose choose not to know the truth about terri Schiavo. Terri is aware of what is going on around her. The sanctity of her marriage is rather questionable at this point! Michael has moved on with his life and has another family, with 2 children. He has misused the money that was provided to him as guardian for himself and on legal fees to starve her to death. Terri is not brain dead! She is incapacitated.

Terris nurses and people who have been with her have documented vocabulary from Terri. She laughs and tries to speak to others around her.

Posted by: Linda at March 18, 2005 8:06 AM