Dying Is Expensive But A Matter of Choice

Dying is expensive. But it doesn’t have to be.1

Quality of Life, Not Just Length of Life?!

First read this for some understanding on a “learned” healthcare perception: Why 5% of Patients Create 50% of Health Care Costs

Hospice told me and my siblings that “We focus on quality of life not length of life” when my mother was passing. The same thing was told us when my father-in-law was passing.

Is that all there is to it?!

In America we live like we want to. Diet, vaccines and daily drugs (especially antibiotics) and disinterest toward making positive changes verifies the misuse of liberty. Is this selfish indulgence the reason why America is so sick and fat? Probably.

For anyone truly in-the-dark about any specific natural help needs, here’s a few names, links and videos to help in beginning some research–just beware of those speaking against natural alternatives:

  1. Russell Blaylock (I am only going to give one example of a TRUE quack site and here it is: https://theoutline.com/post/1183/the-quack-behind-the-msg-scare-is-still-stoking-fear-for-profit?zd=1&zi=tcvwuyx4)
  2. Jonathan Wright 
  3. Chris Wark
  4. Ty Bolinger After putting Ty’s name in a search engine, I found his site on the second results page.
  5. William Faloon 
  6. Mike Adams–Health Ranger–Natural News at www.naturalnews.com

Choose to live the rest of life with Jesus as Master and live a life  with added days, a healthy body, sound mind and a joy that surpasses all understanding. Knowing His will and following it is giving Him all the glory.

It is a choice we all make.

Footnotes

  1. Dying is expensive–yes it is, according to the Health Affair website 8.5% of aggregate medical spending in the United States was spent in the last twelve months of life. On The Atlantic website there is an article titled, “How We Spend $3,400,000,000,000–Why more than half of America’s healthcare spending goes to five percent of patients“. The reader may, or may not, appreciate the conclusions of this particular approach of the article (such as, “Hospice…can be a massive money saver”… but do give attention to some of the stats, in case you choose not to follow the link. Here are a few:

      • Last year (2016), America’s total medical costs hit a new record of $3.4 trillion.
      • $3.4 trillion is about 18 percent of the country’s total GDP (That is one out of every six dollars…)
      •  Five percent of the population accounts for 50 percent of total medical costs

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