So many mentions of god's blessing in the comments.
So, so many.
The surgeons that made this possible getting very few props here.
The technicians that made this possible getting very few props here.
The administrators that made this possible getting very few props here.
There were many, many, many human beings involved in making this possible. It's difficult to imagine how many different people need to be thanked - from the technologist that maintains the biological storage facilities to the building maintenance staff who ensured the hospital and operating room had stable and reliable power to the government inspector who ensured the operating room was up to code...
...so many different human beings involved.
And so many thanks to god and proclamations of how much he is and is going to bless Zion and his family.
Sometimes I think that if people took the time to think about and give gratitude to the entities who were actually involved in making amazing things happen the world would be a better place. People would really and truly understand how their actions and decisions impact other people, even if it seems unrelated at the time.
But, you know, invisible magic hands-off deity who lacks basic communication skills...yeah make sure to pet his damn ego. Fuck the rest of the hard working people out their. No need to remind them how impactful they have been. I mean, if someone wants to give thanks to god that's fine and all but I just hope it isn't at the expense of forgetting about all the 'little people' who were actually involved in making it happen.