Good or Evil? - page 5

I know, without getting too deep, that the only purpose a human being serves is to build the Kingdom of God in the physical world. Nursing provides a fantastic opportunity to do just that and still... Read More

  1. by   lisaloulou
    Well, you are right about the "FRUIT" part. As in fruit loops.....
  2. by   Darlene K.
    Quote from Monist
    It's funny that you're a secular humanist and don't believe in God, since God, Himself, aspires to be a secular humanist and has to try really hard to believe we exist. But that's another topic.

    So you would call it negligence. So would I except I know the nurse knew exactly what he/she was doing. No negligence involved. If you don't like the word "evil" I could settle on the word "malice."

    The Monist

    If you felt someone was being "malice" in regard to patient care", why didn't you go to a supervisor and report this nurse?
  3. by   Tweety
    So are you saying that anyone whose motivation isn't building the Kingdom Of God evil? tmiller027, I with ya!
  4. by   Darlene K.
    Quote from Monist
    Your theories are very intriguing, except for one small detail: I'm not an RN yet; I was a student. So, discount me, but I saw what I saw. If it makes you more comfortable, we can just drop this whole string and move on to some new business.

    The Monist


    When I was a nursing student, I would have gone to my instructor with questions or concerns. She would have reported this to the proper authorities.
  5. by   Monist
    Quote from Darlene K.
    If you felt someone was being "malice" in regard to patient care", why didn't you go to a supervisor and report this nurse?
    I was a student, and I didn't trust my own observations at the time.

    The Monist
  6. by   Monist
    Quote from 3rdShiftGuy
    So are you saying that anyone whose motivation isn't building the Kingdom Of God evil? tmiller027, I with ya!
    No. I'm not, actually.

    The Monist
  7. by   Monist
    Quote from Darlene K.
    When I was a nursing student, I would have gone to my instructor with questions or concerns. She would have reported this to the proper authorities.
    Oh. Well, it sounds like you had a positive learning environment in school.

    The Monist
  8. by   Tweety
    Quote from Monist
    Your theories are very intriguing, except for one small detail: I'm not an RN yet; I was a student. So, discount me, but I saw what I saw. If it makes you more comfortable, we can just drop this whole string and move on to some new business.

    The Monist

    If the nurse truly witheld pain medicine because she didn't like the person you aren't going to find one of us that isn't going to say that was not wrong or unethical, and against the nurse practice act, and basically everything we stand for as nurses. Is it "evil"? There are so many definiitions of "evil" one could say it was.

    But do you truly know her assessments and what her thinking was?
  9. by   Monist
    Quote from 3rdshiftguy
    if the nurse truly witheld pain medicine because she didn't like the person you aren't going to find one of us that isn't going to say that was not wrong or unethical, and against the nurse practice act, and basically everything we stand for as nurses. is it "evil"? there are so many definiitions of "evil" one could say it was.

    but do you truly know her assessments and what her thinking was?
    no i don't. i can only describe things as they appear to me to be. i was only wondering if anyone in this forum would consider the situation evil. but it's time to move on to new business i think.

    the monist
  10. by   donmurray
    oops! wrong thread.
  11. by   4greatkids
    Quote from caroladybelle
    She or He?
    I deliberated about that for a minute. I went with "she" because it sounds like some PMS may involved. here.
  12. by   Rustyhammer
    This thread locked and troll prevention measures activated.
    -R

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