WHEN HEALING BECAME A POSSIBILITY

I WAS BORN with a heart condition, medically diagnosed as a congenital birth defect. It was considered incurable through the medical means available at that time.

Later, when I was about seven, I contracted rheumatic fever. After that, I was never really well. I was given a permission slip releasing me from participation in physical education classes in junior high and high school, and I was put on prescribed regulatory medication. I couldn't drive a car because of the medication, and didn't seem to have the energy and stamina to swim, run, ride a bike, or do any of the things growing up that other children could do. Also, I seemed to be susceptible to every strain of cold and flu.

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