A Swedish school administrator has been accused of stealing 22 million. Her apartment door is unlocked, her wallet was on the table and her keys and her mobile was left on the table, according to the article in Aftonbladet. Nobody knows what has happened to her. Is she a victim of a crime? Or has she disappeared voluntarily?
The table was set for breakfast and the newspaper was also on the table, according to the article. If she left, then she left in a hurry. Or maybe she was forced? The police doesn’t know.
What they do know is that 22 million is missing and transfers to Union accounts she was in control of have been targets for the transactions, according to Aftonbladet.se.
Has she killed herself? Has she been murdered? Someone could very well have forced her to do this. Who knows?
Some really keep their promises. When a young girl fell into a diabetes coma her mother kept her promise never to leave her. She cared for her girl all her life until her death five years ago. And then her sister cared for her until she fell to her eternal sleep at home 59 years old. According to the article in DN.se the women never woke up, but the relatives read for her and so on during all her life in coma.
I think it’s admirable that some people go to the extent to keep their promise. Of course one should keep them. But not all of us can keep all our promises, so should we never make them?
Well. Reading to a coma patient is not in vain, I read about a person some week ago that couldn´t communicate. However the doctors have found a way to communicate with a brain scanning machine. He can trigger centres in the brain for yes and no and have a conversation with yes and no’s with the doctors. This way he has been able to tell the doctors he is not in pain. So dismissing someone just beacuse they are in a coma is obviously like abandoning some. People in coma can be aware of their environment but unable to communicate it traditionally to us. Still I think that they have quality of life. Imagine someone reading books, must be much better than having no company at all… if you don’t happen to be a person that likes your own company of course.
Well. We really know far to little to know anything at all. We are mysterious and what is true today might be fiction tomorrow. The truth is just something in the present. A truth is only true as long as you do not know more facts that doesn’t prove the truth untrue. But still you can really know if something true until you have gotten it proven and then you cannot never know for sure either. Everything can be faked. How are you to know that your reality isn’t all just fake?
Well some would probably argue that the you exist as long as you think. Yes perhaps you exist, but in what form? Even though we think we live her a certain way… do we really know how we live? Maybe our planet even isn’t visible for others in space? Maybe we can see them and they cannot see us? Who knows? We really know to little to really say we know.
Well. I am just saying, don’t dismiss the unbeliveable just because you do not believe in it. One day you can be proven wrong. But until then believe what ever… but I think that coma patients shouldn’t be dismissed as “having no life”. I think they have a life, even if not the way that would be prefered. I think that the mother and sister taking care of this patient were strong. Imagine to keep a promise for a lifetime. That is admirable and I hope the coma patient had a good life. According to Dn.se she was in a coma for 42 years.
Reading articles about people for organ doning scares me. I know people make mistakes and hospitals do so to. Sometimes I think that the hospitals are to eager to shut down life support. I think people should be given a chance to live. After all there are cases of people beeing in the respirator for years, even tens of years and then they wake up. If people even have a chance they should be given that chance, if they haven´t said once in life that they do not want to. All others we cannot know, since they haven´t said what they wanted.
A organ donation should be only on dead doners, not living if they cannot continue to stay alive of course. Today it´s possible to donate half a liver and one kidney if you got two.
Well in todays Expressen.se we could read about a young women involvd in a car crash that was beein prepped for organ donation. During the prep she woke up. Imagine having your organs stolen like that. Imagine doctors giving up on you even though you are not dead. Cruel. That is why quality assurance in all occupations is so very important. Everything was filmed on top of this…
The women wasn´t brain dead and the doctors didn´t even check if she was, according to Expressen.se. This should not be possible! And I think that there should be time ellapsed from a accident and care giving. Everyone should be given a chance to wake up. Every life counts. Your body is yours as long as you are alive. We must be able to trust the hospitals… in this case something did go wrong.
If people weren´t in a hurry then there would be checklists and more quality assurance everywhere.
In todays Aftonbladet.se we can read about a everyday hero. This women rammed and took the keys away from a drunken driver. She says that he did not pay any attention on either the road or incoming traffic.
I am glad that the everyday heroes still exist, even though they are few. Not many would do what she did.
When you do the hero stuff, the law can bite you in the ass. There is a very fine line for what a everyday hero is allowed to do, we also learn in the article. Even though she saved someones life its not allways certain you are allowed to do what she did, isn´t it strange?