Impersonal Healing

About a month since, a gentleman called on us socially but almost immediately excusing himself for his abrupt departure, he said he felt one of his frequent attacks of head pain coming on, and that he must get home right away. He attributed his infirmity to a fall from a car with attendant head injury received some forty years before. He said that a constantly recurring pressure and pain had ever since been the curse of his life, and he felt sure that he could not long survive the ever–increasing agony which many physicians had vainly attempted to relieve.

My wife and I denied the error, our hearts filled with loving pity, and we were rejoiced last evening when he called purposely to tell us that his first freedom from torture dated from that memorable night.

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