Headaches healed

One Saturday morning I woke up with a headache, which lingered for the entire day. I tried to dismiss it by saying to myself, “It’s just a headache; it will go away.” But it didn’t. I took my mom to the hairdresser in the afternoon, and still the headache persisted. 

On my way to dropping her at home, my cellphone rang. It was my ten-year-old son, but I couldn’t hear him as he was speaking softly. So I told him I would call him back; I was on the road in traffic. When I called him, he told me that his head was hurting and his daddy had told him to take a shower. At first I felt responsible for his headache because sometimes when I had a particular complaint, I noticed that one of my sons would have the same thing. But then I stopped thinking that way, knowing that there can be no transmittal of any condition, either mentally or physically. 

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