Where There's a Will...

Tuesday, October 14, 2003:

I want to pose this question that I doubt will ever be answered: What about the nature of death and the fact that it impossible to avoid? You know, whenever the two sides debate and argue, this question never pops up. Why? Are the religious nuts afraid of their own mortality? Are the pro-euthanasia gonzos not sure of their own stance on the issues? Are we even thinking of facts here? Simply put, the facts are this: death is a part of who and what we are as human animals on this lonely planet and we can either accept it or try to change it. If we accept it, than to continue to keep someone alive against his or her wishes, as in Terri's case, is in opposition to freedom of choice and liberty of character. If we on the other hand choose not to accept death, we can search for a potential cure to the one disease that all humans have. Death is, after all, the one thing that all humans worldwide have in common.
Think about that: opposing political viewpoints, standards of living, career goals, colors, and everything else, yet we all share a common bond. DEATH.
So I say, "Good night, Terri. Enjoy your new home, wherever it may be."
WorldNetDaily: Joni Eareckson Tada joins vigil for Terri Schiavo

Riker17 // 20:55

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