Re: Some fun?!*
Aug 28, 1997 05:57 PM
by A. Safron
> From: Vincent Beall <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: Some fun?!*
> Date: Thursday, August 28, 1997 4:38 PM
> There was time when myself and three members of my immediate family were
> living in a rambling house, and all working long hours at the family
> bussiness trying to save it. <snip>. It was like a monastary in the
> holocaust, but we endured, and without anything said, it ended.
It always ends, it's the waiting for it to end that is hell.
> It it sometimes asked "what did you learn from that"; perhaps times like
> these transform us in a deep way beyond our knowledge. True character is
> not simply learned; it is gained in our experiences.
I've learned that doctors are limited beings that usually evaluate your illness
by your symptoms. If you don't fit the symptom pattern they learned in
med school, they just scratch their heads and you are out of luck. They also
tried the "shotgun" approach on me and gave me six different antibiotics.
none of which worked. I finally suggested the one that worked, after one
solid month of getting progressively sicker. I'm still not completely well,
but a far cry from the severe illness that struck me all of June.
> Wishing you strength and peace,
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