Tuesday, May 15, 2018
The western world of medicine has an amazing ability to prolong life these days. So, when is it okay to choose not to? When is it okay to say "I choose not to treat." Perhaps, it's okay at the moment of mature clarity that says "I see my choices and I choose to not treat."
The three stories this week came from widely diverse circumstances across the age spectrum. To me, the details are less important than the personal resolve. The utmost clarity. Acceptance and appreciation flowing freely.
What do you think?
at May 15, 2018
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