Has anyone read the book Litigations as Spiritual Practice by Attorney George Felos, he is Michael Schiavo's lawyer who has now achieved a singular landmark achievement of having a case successfully withstanding the review by over several dozen state and federal courts over a 7-year period. Standing in front of a huge press of reporters, the attorney apparently said last Saturday, "Frankly when I saw her... she looked beautiful. In all the years I've seen Mrs. Schiavo, I've never seen such a look of peace and beauty upon her." According to James Tarantano (Source), this is "the creepiest moment in the Terri Schiavo saga" and goes on to point out a book that George Felos wrote in 2002, entitled " Litigation as Spiritual Practice." "In that book, Felos describes his contact with Estelle Browning, his first right-to-die case, and how he "sensed her soul in agony" and how his soul touched her as he stood next to her in her nursing home bed. I don't believe that we can prove or disprove there is a God. I'm wondering how he can have a conversation with God and "sense her soul in agony?"