During discussion and while reading One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, my fellow classmates and I expressed our dislikes about the organization and timely schedule of the ward. With short time intervals chopping up the day and leaving the patients with a limited amount of personal freedom, we quickly made statements about our dislike for the absurdly orderly fashion. Yet today when Ms. Serensky states a day will come up shortly in which she discusses “why she is the way she” we all freak out demanding why the schedule does not include such a day. In the blink of an eye we all had our schedules for the month out on our desks looking for hints as to which day this could occur. We completely miss the realization that Ms. Serensky has told us there exists a reason for why she is the way she is and she has chosen to share her story with us. So I ask how we can condemn the patients for their acceptance of such a strict schedule when we in fact could not function without one of our own?