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March 22, 2005

Life, Death, and Reality

Topics: General

The usually-irreverent and apolitical Sigmund, Carl & Alfred have a philosophical discussion with a medical profession about Terri's situation:

It is a rare thing when we can have our awareness- real awareness- enlightened. When that happens, we are changed. That happened to us, today.

SC&A asked a health care professional for their opinion and thoughts on the matters. This person is well qualified and experienced- and faces issues that are at the fore today on a regular basis. This professional is employed by a major hospital facility, in a position of medical and administrative oversight.

Some responses may give you comfort and assurance. Some of the answers may surprise you- and give you pause for thought.

More than anything, the answers to the questions will make you think- and humble you.

To the interview...


MORE deeply philosphical musings HERE (a series of posts--follow the continuations) from I. Shawn McElhinney, with a point to ponder:

If "civil disobedience" aimed at ending racial segregation was so praiseworthy in the world's eyes, then how much more so is it to save an incapacitated woman's life from a total and systemic perversion of justice — particularly when this perversity reaches even unto the denial of this woman's right to Viaticum and the other Last Rites? [Charles de Nunzio (circa 03/18/05)]

Posted by beth at March 22, 2005 1:00 PM


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IGNORANCE IS BLISS!!! I REALLY WISH I COULD IGNORE THE FACTS! TERRI IS BEING DENIED HER BASIC HUMAN RIGHT AS A INCAPASCITATED PERSON TO BE GIVEN EVEN SO MUCH AS AN ICE CHIP.

TO STRIP SEARCH ANYONE WHO GOES IN TO BE WITH HER REALLY SHOWS THE INHUMANE WAY TERRI AND HER FAMILY HAVE BEEN TREATED. IT SEEMS VERY CLEAR TO ME THAT THIS GUARDIANSHIP HAS ABUSED, USED AND COMPLETLY OVER STEPPED IT'S AUTHORITY...

Posted by: Linda at March 23, 2005 8:24 AM