In the midst of looking through some hospital records I read a chaplains note that gave me a brief chuckle.
I'm easily amused.
"Stopped by and visited with patient today and said prayers at the bedside together. The patient's theological position was respected at all times and no effort was made to proselytize. The patient was sleeping soundly."
Here's my interpretation: "Stopped by and visited with a patient who was sleeping today and said prayers at his bedside, along with God. I did not wake the patient to ask his faith or try to convert him to my faith. A good time was had by all."