Wow readers...check out this comment I got on my last post.
"It is extremely rude and ignorant of you to push Solara away the way you do. The poor child has repeatedly come to you saying she needs to be held and cuddled at night and you tell her no! that her sister is more important. Anaya isn't going to miss one night if you give the time to Solara. Anaya is nothing more than a child living in a vegetative state. Solara is a living being who suffering because of your insistence to keep Anaya going as long as you can. If you honestly think Solara won't resent you later in life its time to give your head a shake. She was better off living with her father where she got more attention and love."
I assume this is the same anonymous commenter who leaves me other hateful comments. I'm not certain why this person continues to read the blog. It seems to me that they feed themselves with angst and bitterness.
Anaya is most definitely more than a child living in a vegetative state. You've obviously not been around her much, if at all.
Solara is loved and is not suffering She is almost finished her visit here and is then going to stay with her father who has more time and less stresses in his life.
I think the real issue here is that the anonymous commenter is full of pain and emptiness. What has your life done to you to cause you to be such a hurtful person? Are you childless and alone? Do you have too much money and not enough love? There's something there...you obviously aren't a mother. No loving mother abandons their sick baby when they need them.
When the time comes for you to die. I pray that you will be with the comfort of someone who loves and cherishes you. I pray this for you because I forgive you and I hope that something wonderful will happen to you in life that will break through your icy shell.
Your comment made me smile and chuckle to myself. It reminded me how different we all are. I used to think that severely disabled people should not be allowed to live because they are unproductive. Since then I've come to realize that each and every living thing has a right to live a life...just for the sake of experiencing life. Experiencing BEING ALIVE. I admit I was wrong. The way I see the world now is so far from the level that you're on that your words most certainly don't wound me.
I suggest you read some spiritual books. If I were you I'd start with The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. It's only a few thousand years old. Maybe the Bible too. Jesus loved lepers, prostitutes and sick people. He taught that it is wrong to hoard wealth and to lord over others. He taught compassion and love.
I dare you to take a step forward in life by declaring who you are and engaging in decent human communication. Differences of opinion happen all the time. Name calling and throwing daggers is for adolescents. If you are an adult that has any self-worth or confidence you most certainly can state your opinion to me without fear.