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March 31, 2005

Blogging Break

Topics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts

Out of respect for Terri Schiavo and the Schindler family, Hyscience will not be doing any further posting until after 4:00 PM today.

Hyscience has written hundreds of posts about Terri, all of which are available  at the link at the top right corner of this site.  Much  more will be forthcoming, including joint efforts with the Schindler Family to see to it that her death will never be forgotten and is not in vain. The world is watching us now, and we look like foolish villains. Hyscience, BlogsForTerri(500 blogs and being expanded to 1000) and ProLifeBlogs will continue to work with the Schindlers to make sure changes are made to stop the death cult in America. We will also work hard to see that a thorough investigation is initiated into this entire smelly episode - begining with the Pinellas County court of George Greer.

Posted by Hyscience at March 31, 2005 12:18 PM

You all should be ashamed
Using a disabled person so you can get exposure.
Are you going to write a book about it, too?

Posted by: mie at March 31, 2005 1:09 PM

Terri’s Blessing

She came into this world a blessing from above.

Who would have known she’d touch the hearts of so many; a precious gift of love.

From tragedy to victory her subtle message was the same: All people are special from the healthy to the lame.

We all are crippled, can’t you see? No one is perfect, not you, nor me. Blindness is not reserved for those who have no eyes, and a diploma is no guarantee that a man is truly wise.

Who is to say which is worse; a hardened heart or a weakened mind? You have your handicap, and I too, have mine.

“Quality of life!” they say, as if they clearly know.

You are not God; don’t tell me what is so.

What if I judged you, the way that you judge me?

Would you be condemned to death, or would you be set free?

Worry not, my friend, for that is not my style. Won’t you just sit down with me and talk a little while?

There’s wonder in your eyes as I gaze upon your face.

I see beauty in you, and in the whole human race.

I have family who loves me, and we don’t need words to know. That is all I really need to feel special and grow.

I’m with my Heavenly Father now, but it’s still important to say… that all people are special, from the healthy to the lame.

We are all crippled, can’t you see?

No one is perfect, not you, nor me.

Pass this message along, and engrave it upon your heart. Don’t wait until tomorrow, today is the time to start.

Treat all men with compassion, and don’t forget to be kind.

Learn to measure the heart, and not the size of one’s mind.

This is what I can teach you so my life will not be in vain.

And, in case you forget, Terri is my name.

Dedicated to Terri Schindler-Schiavo

(Copyright© Melanie Schurr 2005)

Posted by: Melanie Schurr at March 31, 2005 1:23 PM

And what exposure would that be?

Exposure to the TRUTH.

Open your heart to Love, and this will all make sense to you. These bloggers do it for Love.

Have you noticed that bloggers been chronicling the FACTS long before the mainstream media admitted to them?

And still the MSM continues to falsely report Terri as in a PVS- a complete and utter untruth.

What we gain is victory for LIFE, even in Terri's martyrdom, her blood is not spilled in vain.


Posted by: Linda at March 31, 2005 4:50 PM

It is distressing to know that even after Terri has passed away there are some wicked people who continue to troll these blogs in order to gloat over what their very acts of wickedness have achieved.

We offered Mass for Terri this morning, and again at the First Friday healing Mass.

I am saddened but I will get to the truth of the matter. Terri will not be dying in vain. Her death is also the beginning of the end of the culture of death.

Posted by: Maggie4life at April 1, 2005 6:26 AM

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