assignment 1 - Part A Whether it was the right choice or...

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Part A: Whether it was the right choice or not is moot. It happened and it cannot change. Priority should go to those with inherited diseases, but in practicality, many of them cannot afford it. From a business point of view, Mickey paid for a service and that is the end of it. From my personal point of view, it is not whether it should or should not have happened, I have no control over that. It is how I react to it that matters. If I get upset because of what happened, then I am not in charge of myself. If I choose to react with love, however, then I have taken control of myself and created something in a situation where it normally would not have existed. We live in a capitalistic society; life goes to those who pay the most. Organs are in low supply and there is high demand for them, this drives the cost of them up. If someone cannot afford to pay, they will not get the treatment. I cannot change this. This circumstance predicated this particular event. I could let this “injustice” consume more time in my life, but to what avail? It
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHIL 124 taught by Professor Wake during the Spring '08 term at St. John Fisher College.

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assignment 1 - Part A Whether it was the right choice or...

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