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March 31, 2006

Dear Schindler Family

Topics: Remembering Terri

A few letters from our readers:

Dear Schindler Family:

My deepest sympathy goes to you all. I have been praying for Terri and join you in the sadness of her death and the fact that this country has failed to protect Terri.

May the Peace of God give you comfort during this difficult time. I pray that you all are comforted by all those who join you in your grief.

In Jesus' Name,Amen.

from Maggie in Texas


I am saddened at Terri's death, and wish to extend my condolences and prayers to the Schindlers. - Bethann


My heart goes out to terri's family espicially terri's mother i'm a mother to i could'nt imagine my child to be in terri's state and not being able to make the decision of keeping her with me, terri's mother must be going out of her mind i have cried so hard i have headaches i can't understand why anyone could take her life that was for the lord to decide not anyone here on this earth she wasn't hurting or bothering anyone her husband had his own life why couldn't he leave what life she had alone i he that selfish to have control over his life and hers to my opinion he sounds like a control freak she wasn't on life support she only had a feeding tube and her mother didn't mind washing and taking care of her michael didn't have any respect for anyone by bringing in his girlfriend he needs some respect for the one he said "til death do us part" to couldn't wait to get married again i guess i don't know why he really did it but i do know someone will pay dearly one day after while when the lord splits the eastern sky when all eyes will see the lord and i will finally met terri schiavo i pray for the family for the lord to comfort and guide them in the way the lord had made for them like i said this is my opinion like everyone else it does matter "TERRI MATTERED TO EVERYONE SHE DIDN'T KNOW" so that should matter to the ones who decided her fate before her time!!! -- Hope


Terri and her family will be in my thoughts and prayers. My God bless them and grant them the strength and faith to get through this dark time. - Theresa


Our condolences go out to the Schindler family. We must all unite to stop the evildoers who wish to implement Nazi Germany's disability policies here in America and turn our hospices into Hadamars. - Stephen


My deepest sympathy to the Schindlers. I have prayed for Terri for years, and will do anything I can to help now, as I did in years past. - Bev

Posted by tim at March 31, 2006 4:25 PM


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Dear Bob, Mary, Bobby and Suzanne,

I just wanted to tell you that me and my family are thinking of you at this time, and keeping you in our prayers. It is still so hard to fathom what was done to your beautiful Terri. I think that she may have been a kind of saint God sent to this earth, but we are so very sorry for what was done to her, and for the loss of her. With Easter coming, I know this may not be much comfort right now in your sorrows, but we pray that you will take a measure of comfort in knowing that as Christ was risen from the dead, Terri is with him now and shares in the promise of the resurrection of the saints like her who die in Christ, and you'll be with her again some day. We never met you Schindler family, but we love you. God Bless you always...!!

Posted by: Sandy at April 3, 2006 1:38 AM

Dear Schindler Family,
Please know that Terri has not been forgotten. We prayed so hard for Terri during Michael's crusade to silence her before she could tell what happened to her. Though He snuffed out Terri's bright and shining light on this earth, her light still shine's even brighter in Heaven. God is on Terri's side. He will not let this go. Those who harmed Terri will be held accountable. Those who loved and cared for Terri will be comforted and strengthened. Terri's light will shine forever. And Michael's death agenda will never succeed, because Terri will live forever and Michael cannot do anything to stop that. I stand by your side in your fight for the right for disabled people to live. They contribute so much to our dark world. Their love is what this planet needs the most and they have just as much a right to live as anyone else. Keep up your wonderful work. You are saving lives and Terri is so happy with what you are doing. God Bless you and keep you in His tender care as you daily do His work. Your words are His words. Your hands are His hands. Your feet are His feet. He is with you. If you need Him by your side, He is there. If you need Him to watch your back, He'll be behind you. If you need Him to go ahead of you to prepare the way, He'll be in front of you. And He is in your heart to speak the words that need to be spoken. You have God our Father, Jesus our Savior, the Holy Spirit, and you are surrounded by the Angels. You cannot fail with the power of God backing you up. What a joyous reunion with Terri you will have when all is said and done. Always remember...Our best days are yet to come.
With Love,
Betty Layne, Ohio

Posted by: Betty Layne at April 8, 2006 12:45 AM