Provisions of Health Care and Various Other Humanity & Humanitarian Issues - The Different Worth of Different Classes of Human Lives in the Very Eyes of Different People?
Quote [In short, essentially and principally in the end, such a very issue certainly would all plainly, practically and realistically come down to the key question as to just what all the modern-day various different purposes of health care would really mean to the ones viewing, defining, and then, anyone providing and dispensing it, such as whether is it actually considered as a mere, and with all due respects, profitable luxury, or, conversely, at least on humanity and humanitarian grounds, really and genuinely deemed as an indispensable lives-saving-and-preserving necessity ] End Quote
Hi there everyone, and well, in regard of the quotation above, I just would like to informally share something else with you guys purely for your leisurely reading pleasures.
As such, I just would like to further add to my earlier points above that, for all the different ideas held by different people about the modern-day various different functions and purposes of health care, such as the examples and scenarios mentioned above, generally and objectively many people would reasonably believe that all the related issues about health care ultimately would, with all due respects, primarily, practically and realistically depend on just what and how much the sanctity of different classes of human lives, especially that of the poor, needy and indigent ones, compared to the financially affluent, well-to-do and affordable ones, would truly mean and is really worth to these many different individuals respectively in their very own eyes and in the many different-case scenarios in the very end and in the very reality, particularly for the many different people viewing, defining, and then, for the ones providing and dispensing health care.
Meanwhile and as naturally conceivable by most of us, the related objectively and generally agreed undisputed moral principles would certainly and reasonably apply to the various other humanity and humanitarian issues as well.
So, in regard of the points made above and apart from the health care issues, please just freely and openly ponder over and reasonably & objectively reflect on any of the other relevant issues and matters involved pertaining to the key topic above in your very realities and in your day-to-day lives.
And once again, let’s just hope and pray that all the necessary positively and humanely humanity and humanitarian changes for the very basic indispensable lives-saving-and-preserving functions and purposes of health care will eventually come forth one day for the good of all mankind.