This poem is a result of memories that have surfaced because of the Terri Shaivo stuff that is being plastered all over the world. Can we pray "God's will be done?" My prayers are with her family -- all of her family no matter what "side" they are on.
I remember how upset it made me when they told me my son was dying and because I refused to "give up" they kept saying I wasn't ready to face reality. What is reality? I truly believe that God gave me a sign to help me get through those times. Even though I didn't get one, I still believe God does work miracles. But the thing that we must remember is it's God's will not ours.
That is one of THE HARDEST prayers to pray.
I thank Him for the time I did have with my son and for all the blessings he has given to me since.