I have a B.A. in Business Management and in Speech & Theatre Arts. I am competent in my knowledge of the theater (Broadway and other) though my knowledge of Broadway kind of trickles off at the point that Disney began taking over the B'way stages. I am a Master of Divinity student at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA (that means studying to be a pastor). I have been an avid TV fan all my life...one is always on in my home. I can often beat the people on "Jeopardy" and when my family plays games like "Trivial Pursuit" the teams are always me against everyone else.
Do persons with terminal illnesses, such as cancer and AIDS, have a tendency to know when they have reached their last day or hours--like many animals seem to know--or do their final moments come just as randomly to them as they do to everyone else?
I realize this is a subjective question that relies heavily on personal opinion and observation. Whatever your answer may be, please give a brief explanation as to how you came to such a conclusion. Thanks!1 AnswerOther - Health9 years ago