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Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Yes, there is a limit on science and the wealth of ever growing knowledge. And I emphasize 'ever growing'. That's because we do not have all the answers as yet.

I've been poring through forums. Many seem to have the same symptoms, and scans and tests don't give a clue. A couple of whom are young (as young as 17 years old) and have led a lifestyle which one perhaps can conclude as 'healthy'. The other worry is that these folks have been having it for extended periods of time - years in fact. Either we're really all suffering from the same unknown ailment or it's a case of mass psychosis. 

Such disruption this has caused that one even commented to accept the good and the bad days and adjust to a new lifestyle. This sounds like defeat it's not something we should settle for, for what is the meaning of life if we can no longer give and only receive. I believe we're here for a greater purpose, unless I'm missing something.

If all else fails, I'm going to Portugal to visit The Miraculous Fountain At Fatima. Simply sick and tired of being sick and tired.

Where science has yet to succeed, God will prevail. 


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