If you notice something good in yourself, give credit to God, not to yourself, but be certain the evil you commit is always your own and yours to acknowledge.
Here's an example: BBC NEWS | UK | England | Humber | Cold sufferers told to avoid A&E
Albeit it is from 2009.
Some people overreact to illnesses/Problems that can be treated over the counter at a pharmacy. It is stupid. The man overreacted to a simple problem and it became national news.Health officials in Hull have warned that people with coughs and colds using urgent care services could be putting other patients' lives at risk.
In the past six weeks, 64 people went to accident and emergency units with a cold, headache or flu, said NHS Hull.
From the article:
"King said in her ruling that DE, described as a "friendly, gentle person", was greatly distressed by the birth of his son and did not comprehend that it had resulted from having sex with his girlfriend." The girlfriend also has mental disabilities.
Nor did the man - according to the article - say he opposed this. Rather, what the article is essentially saying is that he doesn't understand what a vacestomy is or does, therefore he cannot decide. It does not say he opposed it, but rather is incapable of grasping where babies come from or what a vacestomy can do - having an IQ of only 40.
He has the intellect of a 6 year old and parents make medical and surgical decisions for children all the time. How many children scream they are afraid of the dentist or doctor? Or screams he/she doesn't want an immunization shot. Does that mean the child then is in control? However, because he technically is an adult then it took a court to enforce the parents decision of this "child" - who has the mind of a child.
And why? Never in his whole life is he ever going to be capable of raising a child. There result? The mentally challenged girlfriend becomes a baby-making machine that he bio-fathers - all then parentless children dumped into the system.
I think his parents made the right decision and I see no reason for him to have to mess with condoms and the restrictions of them. In short, I see it as a good thing for him too - particularly since he said he doesn't want to have more children.
I would like to hear this guys own thoughts on this before they go through with it even if he has trouble speaking. If the guy cant make decisions for himself then it should still be his own idea. Judge asks, "Are you ok with this operation?" If the guy says yes then the judge can say, "I agree also."
It shouldnt be, "I dont want (or currently not planning) any more kids."
"Seeing as my judgement is better than yours prepare for vasectomy."
Is society was made of coral our world would be floral.
Am I the only one who has no problem with this? The man's parents are his legal guardians, I presume, made their case to the judge and the judge agreed. End of story.
If he or his partner isn't responsible enough to use condoms then he clearly needs to grow up and deal with it in a more mature manner. (Unless of course he is retarded (in the professional sense), then he may require assistance.)