My problem with your way of thinking is: I was raised Christian with Christian values and in a Christian value system what you’ve described is incompatible. I call myself agnostic to stop arguing with people but i’m Christian. And no, quality-of-life is not obvious. My grandmother got a 30 second assessment while she was napping in a hospital bed. The doctor said to us: she obviously has no quality-of-life. He was a peon Doctor but with enough power to put things on paper that could affect life and death. He was wrong. We let him know. She came home for a few more years. What is quality-of-life to you?

My problem with your way of thinking is: I was raised Christian with Christian values and in a Christian value system what you’ve described is incompatible.

I call myself agnostic to stop arguing with people but i’m Christian.

And no, quality-of-life is not obvious.

My grandmother got a 30 second assessment while she was napping in a hospital bed.

The doctor said to us: she obviously has no quality-of-life.

He was a peon Doctor but with enough power to put things on paper that could affect life and death.

He was wrong. We let him know. She came home for a few more years.

What is quality-of-life to you?

 

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