• Surgeon: Trains for 10+ years to
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    • No one thinks the surgery was solely the success of God. They thank God for giving the surgeon a steady hand, they thank God that he provided him the inspiration to go to med school, they thank God that there were no horrible complications, but no one believes the surgeon doesn’t play a part.
      ryno1ni 10 jul
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    • Maybe god gave you the doctor
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    • My wife had two abdominal surgeries a few years back. Both times the surgeon prayed with us before the procedure for God to guide her hand and for no unexpected complications.
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    • “Praise the sun?”
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    • Jesus people who think like this are miserable. Everyone knows the surgeon did good work, they’re thanking God that they had the means to get the surgery and that their family member survived the operation.
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    • There is absolutely nothing wrong with praising God.
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    • People acting like they don't thank the doctor at all
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    • Surgeons are not flawless. They make mistakes. That is why people still thank God that everything went well.
      BadTouch 10 jul
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    • KingKunta 10 jul
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    • Unpopular opinion: people who hate on religion have never read the bible for themselves
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    • They pray to God, he sends you a surgeon, they thank the surgeon and thank God for sending him. Simple as that
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    • Imagine not thanking both God and the surgeon
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    • lenig2 10 jul
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    • Stay mad, heathens
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    • The flesh lasts 80 years, the soul is eternal
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    • Y’all religious people are fuckin sensitive lmfao
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    • It's funny that everyone is saying God gave the person their tumor. The universe is still based off of science which (of you believe) God created. From there, diseases and genetic mutations occur from those laws of science. You expect him to make everyone's lives perfect?...
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    • God put the surgeon on Earth
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    • You should thank both God and the doctor
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    • It’s both. God guided the surgeon there
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    • Y’all edgy as fuck. Respect each others beliefs. If you are on opposite ends of the belief spectrum but they’re beliefs are still extremely reasonable then you can easily respect that. Y’all need to chill.
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    • I mean someone sent the surgeon
      Krauser 10 jul
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    • \[T]/
      Disgrace 10 jul
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    • Imagine hating on someone for their beliefs
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    • Cat was like: (0) \0/
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    • I thank both because I’m not an asshole
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    • People who think like this are stupid. You can thank God and the surgeon at the same time.
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    • Obviously you should always give credit to the doctors and nurses that give good work, if you don't you're major dick. But I've never seen or heard of anyone thanking God but not the people that provided service. Simple fact is show your gratitude, especially to those who deserve it
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    • Interesting how modern day “God” is worshiped in “religion” but any other ancient gods that were revered in the exact same fashion (Greek, Roman, etc) are now “mythology”
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    • we thank God for blessing us w the life of the patient but by no means do we discredit the surgeons work but that might just be me idk
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    • You have triggered so many religions people. I love it.
      TigersDen 10 jul
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    • To say no one thinks surgeries are the sole success of god is an overgeneralization of monotheism. I’m an ex indoctrinee, and can confirm those around me believed such things should only be attributed to god because he enabled our existence. He deserves the praise for our work, it’s fucking bullshit
      Sam2021 10 jul
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    • I dont blame people for wanting to believe there is a greater all-powerful being that will never be corruptible, influenced, or torn down by humanity. It helps a lot of people deal with the uncertainty of reality. I simply dont believe what there is no evidence of.
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    • \🐱/
      Somdlomd 10 jul
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    • Fuck off bot. You have 188 features and this shit was posted in November.
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    • there is such a strong anti religion sentiment in today’s culture, change my mind
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    • When becoming a medical practitioner, we already understand one thing: Our job is to save people, dosent matter if they acknowledge it or not.
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    • Praise the sun
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    • Fuck yeah praise it
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    • Praise the sun
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    • “God gave you the doctor” so you mean to tell me god gave some kid cancer AND gave the kid doctors to treat said cancer? Why give people problems and then a solution?
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    • But if the patient dies then it’s “god works in mysterious ways and god wants me to call you out for malpractice”
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    • The reference is praising the sun, it's a dark souls joke
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    • I tell you what, I’m no doctor, but I’ve been there in some peoples worst times. And I don’t care if you thank me or thank God. It’s your preference. But can tell you that God is the reason why I do what I do. Whether people thank Him or not, I know he works through me
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    • Y’all are sensitive it’s a saying
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      Krystal 10 jul
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    • TheNutMan 10 jul
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    • looks like cheshire cat
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    • It’s suppose to be God’s greatness gave the gift of the Doctor and the intellectual power to succeed as a doctor and save them. Belief is one thing, but having 1 dimensional thinking like that is worse.
      getmadhoe 10 jul
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    • Praise the sun
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    • Did I got lost in the collective?
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    • Fritzor 10 jul
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    • Fuck god
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    • Here’s your bill :)
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    • "Thank you God for allowing us to contact such a wonderful surgeon"
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    • Praise the sun
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    • An absolutely seething cuck featured this.
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    • Daniel Sloss has a really good bit about religion that talks about patients thanking God over the surgeon. Would highly recommend.
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    • \[T]/
      Estus 10 jul
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    • Surgeons turn away patients if the operation has too low of a success rate
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    • Cat's trying to summon a spirit bomb
      jujuwi 10 jul
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    • Not so funny story: my mom is a nurse and had a patient with cancer in his back, his wife was overly religious and refused to accept that he needed chemo or invasive surgery to remove it. She prayed over him and sprayed him with holy water until this man's actual spine could be seen after the (1/2)
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    • It’s almost like I have the right to believe in what I wanna believe huh? Damn that’s crazy player.
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    • In the future people will look at our beliefs like we look at the beliefs of the Egyptians and the Greek and think that we were idiots that’s just how it goes as new cultures develop the religions develop and change too it’ll be like that as long as there are things that are scary/unknown
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    • Faith without works is dead. Any good Christian knows that you can’t pray a sickness away or that the surgeon didn’t have a part to play in the survival.
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    • This is a dark souls reference you fuckin plebs
      memeatee 10 jul
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    • People really gonna have a war over a meme huh?
      Aztecace 10 jul
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    • Damn all these comments and nobody’s gonna address the solaire shield
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    • I always ask for steady hands and good judgement.
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    • Ah yes, the original cop out
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    • Cringe feature
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    • Why is this featured
      Meme_papa 10 jul
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    • Well if you’re a doctor just for the praises then you’re in it for the wrong reasons and should j u m p off a B r I d g e
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    • Isn’t it soooo coincidental that you just so happen to be born into the right religion? I mean really with the thousands of religions, you just happen to be born to the one that’s right.
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    • This meme will go over a lot of people’s heads 🤣
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    • I swear a lot of atheists just want to hate Christians for no reason
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    • As a paramedic I believe I’m an answer to a lot of prayers, not a replacement.
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    • The way that I see it whether there is a god or not is that I make my own decisions, I choose what I do and what I believe, I don’t like the idea that god makes me do things (which is what people insinuate when they thank/praise god) because that would mean that we have no or less free will
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    • I detest the notion that doctors and surgeons are somehow under appreciated in favor of god. Like does it really trigger people to know people thank god for their families safety?
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    • After reading some of the comments here Ive gotten a better grasp on why people believe in God and have some pretty good points. And then there's the edge Lords.
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    • He really went \[T]/ huh
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    • God could have not adjusted the scenario and let you end up with a surgeon who’s a closeted sociopath likes to kiII 5 patients a year on purpose and cover it up with natural causes.
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    • Work like everything depends on you, pray like everything depends on God. How many of you can honestly say you've whitnessed a family not thank the surgeon.
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    • Sadly ... this happens.
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    • Kanye told me Kanye saved the kid
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    • I had no idea that meant praising God, how did y'all get that?
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    • God isn’t real but can’t hate people for having faith
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    • Praise God all y'all want but please for fucks sake praises the surgeon more
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    • Praise the sun!!! \[T]/
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    • Okay but how about when a patient survives and the surgeon says she shouldn’t be alive that he has no idea how she survived
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    • I didn't get this but thanks to comments it's all clear now
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    • Only praising required is of the sun
      LinkachuX 10 jul
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    • Cats are walking plants
      BigBrain 10 jul
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    • Is that a DARKSOULS REFERENCE?
      7evenSins 10 jul
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    • Something good happens* Atheists: That was purely the result of a mans efforts nothing more. Something bad happens* Atheists: Oh and how come your "god" Did this hmmmm seems kinda fucked up.
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    • Praise the sun
      Hrfjio4 10 jul
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