Dying children rarely ask "why me?"

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  1. kyle88

    kyle88 Well-Known Member

    Here's an article(blog) from cnn.com, it's an interesting read about how children who have terminal illnesses rarely ask "why me?", compared to how often adults do when facing similar illnesses...

    Its very inspiring in my opinion, and reminds me of how grateful I should be for the things I have rather than complain about the things I dont...

    Here's the article if you're interested in reading it...

    http://pagingdrgupta.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/15/children-palliative-care-hospice/?hpt=T2
     
  2. Mordeci

    Mordeci Banned Member

    Nice article I think part of the issue too is that children haven't really experinced life to it's fulliest and therfore can not form a complete picture or "theory" on who or what god is to them. Without this they can not ask the question why me because they don't understand exactly what it is they are loosing even if they are very aware of their present situation. Just a thought.
     
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