In the course of human experience, I have come upon many confounding situations and undesirable surroundings. Although objectionable biased communication in some instances, from subjective people can be somewhat disturbing, I am "not" usually inclined to incite unfavorable judgment towards prejudiced (“superficial”) people whom for whatever reason have this unorthodox, whimsical mental attitude to stereotype, dichotomize, or categorize people whom they view as being different from themselves. The fact is; I pity these types of people, because they will never know anything beyond what they perceive with their own two eyes. It is much like the lacking intellectual depth of a person who prejudges a book by its cover; so it is with the "failing" perspicacity of people who judge other people by outward appearances.
There's an old saying; if you truly want to understand what another person endures in their life, try walking a (few months) in their shoes. Connotative to expressing an opportunity to examine what's going on in our world today from a moral human behavioral standpoint ...and extrapolate into the future what will be the consequences of our actions...invariably, the humane way we treat each other as people. As secularized humans we arrogantly think that we have full control over our sciences; whether its cosmology, meteorological, agricultural, or the vast branches of medical sciences. We think that we know all the answers. But the truth is we don't. There are all kinds of ideological theories going on in the world. There is irrefutable reason to suggest in a prominent way how the evolutionary social sphere of today's prevailing populace is saturated by all kinds of human desensitization and indifference, both in ourselves and the reality of the global world around us. What will become as a future result of the personal decisions we make today? Notably; with the preservation of ("real") moral values, justice, and compassion that are characteristically an important essential part to improving humanization.
These viewpoints do not only place emphasis on the love and care of those who are nearest and dearest to us. But; an honorable compassionateness for our prominent aging society, the sick, the diseased, the terminally and mentally ill; and children, women and men afflicted by incest and rape and numerous other sicknesses, who are all deserving of genuine humanitarian care, and the committedness of a people governed by strong moral principles and acceptable conduct.
We must face the fact that we live in an extremely vulnerable world filled with ongoing afflictive suffering and painful stigma, even though there are people near us who are unwilling to perceive this truth.
Some of the vulnerable situations I speak herein are not likely to come to an end anytime soon. I myself am not accustom to being favored by good fortune, overwhelmed by terminal illnesses and death within my family, and careworn by my own indisposed terminal cancerous health and other debilitating serious health issues. Strangely I have experiened unkind treatment on numerous occasions by superficial people in the medical profession. So why should I waste my time writing about the substandard medical treatment of myself and other patients, who fall under the subjective, callous, and indifferent behavior of a certain number of doctors and nurses who frequently mental-stereotype patients after having sloppily summarized and categorically prejudged their patients medical files.
A bold abstract implication indeed, perhaps you believe my inference is cynically unfounded?
Last week, I was taken from my home by ambulance to my local city hospital after suffering one of several recurrent seizures. Upon being wheeled into the emergency trauma bay by stretcher, I was greeted by a subjective, cold-hearted female nurse who took one look at me and said; Oh God! Not you again. I felt aggrieved, dejected, and completely speechless. Meeting the wrong nurse or doctor who communicates unfeelingness, moodiness, superficial compassion, or downright inconsiderate care towards any patient defies imagination. I don't think I have to go into a long writ describing how dehumanizing it is to be a patient affected by the impoliteness and aloofness of any medical professional. I was just recovering from a number of petit-mal seizures. I didn't require extreme care or effort. Just the normal courtesy and reassurance of knowing that in my present state of mental confusion, fatigue, and fears I would be OK. Instead; I received an undignified brush-off not only from the female nurse in the emergency trauma bay but; a female doctor checking me over. I wish disconcerting moments like these allowed for more pliancy and mutual openness; encouraging friendliness and candor between nurse, doctor and patient.