The Terri Schaivo case isn't about the "Right to Die". It's about people who think that certain human beings have a "Duty to Die", when they are inconvenient, disabled, unproductive, or unwanted.
In Terri's case, there are a whole set of people who have joined forces to make sure that Terri is forced to carry out her "duty to die". Those people are:
About the Jews, George Felos wrote, "The Jewish people, long ago in their collective consciousness, agreed to play the role of the lamb whose slaughter was necessary to shock humanity into a new moral consciousness. Their sacrifice saved humanity at the brink of extinction and propelled us into a new age." (pg 240)Am I alone in finding this offensive?
When describing the “cathartic releases” of “blocks of my unconscious past” from his body (20), Felos describes the process: “As these unprocessed experiences entered my throat, I often felt absolute, unimaginable terror—like I was being murdered, hacked to bits. One time I could actually feel a long blade plunging into my chest; another time I could smell the dank, putrid odor of an attacker. Other dark cells brought on indescribably intense grief and its accompanying pain, as if a beloved child of mine were dying.This sounds like something other than "cathartic release", to me. I emailed a friend yesterday saying that the only reasonable explanation for what's happening in Florida is that the people who are trying to kill Terri are in the devil's grip. The above quote only adds to that conviction.
Please, keep praying. And then go back to the second sentence of this post and think about what will happen to you when someone decides you are inconvenient, disabled, unproductive, or unwanted.