"Cogito ergo sum." I think, therefore I am.
This message was brought to you by Descarte. Not only can you not doubt your own existence, you cannot doubt your consciousness.
Yes, I think. I cannot be unconscious.
I've been through way too much for a stupid letter to get in the way. Yes, I call that letter I got stupid. It must come from a moron. Anyone can see I am not in something "sometimes referred to as coma." http://thoughtfulveg.blogspot.com/2014/05/dear-vegetable.html That beginning negates the whole letter. It starts by stating I am in a coma. How am I writing this? There is some good things following, but it got off on the wrong foot. That intro is seen and the letter is thrown out.
I hated it when that happened. The TV program would end, but I couldn't move to change it.
I move much like a toddler now. Speaking is there, too. I was an infant specialist for years. I knew how to do that. It just took a while. Now, I'm just winging it.
For someone to come along and tell me I am not conscious and I am in a coma makes me angry. They are essentially saying my progress has been in vain. Are you kidding me? Where did you go school, sir? I would expect your answer from a temp with a bad attitude. Don't take your frustrations out on me.
Yes, I think. I don't doubt my consciousness, and I don't doubt my existence.