Numerous parents have reported that a child of theirs experienced digestive disturbance and a regression in behavior following the MMR vaccine. This observation made by parents has been discarded because “correlation is not causation”. Yet consistent observations of loving parents should give the medical field pause and a reason to do deeper study. In 1846… Continue reading What Can We Learn from the Tragic Story of Dr. Semmelweis?
On Fridays I respond to a writing prompt that Kate Motaung gives. Over the past 24 hours I have mulled over the word given and am finally tapping the keys of my computer. The prompt is: COMPLETE We spent a week at my daughter’s home—taking care of the grandkids, the dog, the cat & kittens,… Continue reading Always More to Learn
Could the book of Job be a description of God’s design for the earth following the flood? Currently I am reading The Remarkable Record of Job* by Henry Morris. Throughout the book he points out amazing insights about our world, offered in this Old Testament book of the Bible. Morris theorizes that Job… Continue reading Ancient Wisdom, New Life and the Love Hormone