I’ve watched at least two dozen people die, possibly three dozen. Many of those deaths were navigated well, but at least two of them were not.
The first death happened to a young man with AIDS. Back in those long-ago days, getting AIDS was an automatic death sentence because medical science had no way of treating the AIDS virus itself. The best anyone could do was to treat the symptoms and the opportunistic infections, but everyone—doctors, nurses, patients, family, and friends—knew that after a certain point in the progression of the disease, the patient would die.
- 2 Timothy 4:6 - 8