It is common knowledge that our conscience provides us with directions on what is right and wrong. It helps us distinguish good from evil. We all have that silent voice at the back of our minds whispering what to do and what not to do. It is always there with us, always giving us guidence and according to most religions, it is God’s way of leading us to the path of good.
Unfortunately, while the advice of the conscience is always sound, the body is not always bound to follow the direction of the conscience. The role of the conscience is purely advisory and most of the time, what we do may not be in line with what the conscience dictates. In the events that we follow our conscience and do what is right and honourable, our conscience is pleased and satisfied and so are we. However, when we go against our conscience and do something that we clearly know to be wrong, the result is a guilty conscience. Continue reading “Carrying A Guilty Conscience”
Picking the right hospice provider for a loved one may seem like an easy undertaking. But when you are already in the final leg of that pursuit, it is then you will realize the complications of your responsibilities. Yes, these facilities basically adhere to the same guidelines. But that does not imply that they are all the same. Every agency you encounter will be unique. They will offer different services and facilities. Some will be providing holistic care while others will only be attempting to promote a normal way of life. Wherever you end up putting a family member in will affect the way they are cared for and the quality of life they will be living from the present until their passing. So your final decision is very crucial. After all, you are not only securing the well-being of someone that is in a difficult circumstance, you are also dictating what your expenses and experiences will be like moving forward. Continue reading “Five Considerations When It Comes To Choosing A Hospice Provider”