At the age of twenty I was a bed patient in a tuberculosis...

At the age of twenty I was a bed patient in a tuberculosis sanitarium, completely demoralized and discouraged. The specialists, who based their findings on X-rays and various tests, explained to me that I must be resigned to living the life of a patient. And they gave me no assurance as to how long that life might last.

Up until that time, I don't believe that I had ever really prayed. But I vividly recall that after hearing this hopeless prognosis, I did turn to God with deep humility and this supplication for guidance: "God, tell me what to do, how to go. To me there seems no way out, but there must be a way out."

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