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‘Unconditional love’: Terri Schiavo Network honors Jahi McMath’s

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My thoughts are that we should have the freedom to make this choice.  Hospitals and governments have no authority over family matters.  They are trying to intrude on these things, but it is not their place to do so.  IMHO

 

Your thoughts?

 

Shalom, PrairWarur

 

‘Unconditional love’: Terri Schiavo Network honors Jahi McMath’s family

 

BY BEN JOHNSON

 

 

PHILADELPHIA, PA, March 28, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Thankfully, few families know what it is like to fight the medical establishment to assure a loved one declared brain dead continues to receive care and treatment. But Jahi McMath's family is one. Terri Schiavo's family is another.

 

http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/unconditional-love-terri-schiavo-network-honors-jahi-mcmaths-family

 

 


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Even worse is the pressure on families to remove food and water from the living due to making judgements about their quality of life. This is also being pushed by the government and is practiced in nursing homes and hospitals alike.
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