Category: Adult Illness

Why Angels Play Harps!

Most of us have seen angels represented as either winged cherubs or gracefully-robed harp players.  Just before last Christmas, I met a real harp-playing angel named Barbara Fackler.  I was introduced to Barbara because she had been employed by Passages Hospice to provide music for a resident at Aurora Rehabilitation Center.  Frankly, I had never […]

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Who Wants a Feeding Tube?

My wife, Rose, picked me up from the office the other day.  As usual she asked me, “What did you do today?”  I replied, “Well, honey, let me tell you about the most important moment of my day… “This afternoon I sat next to a gentleman in his mid 80s who has a diagnosis of […]

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The Vietnam Vet Assassin

A substance known as Agent Orange (AO) is still killing Vietnam veterans after all these years.  If you know and love a Vietnam War veteran, this post has important information that should be forwarded to everyone who “had boots on the ground” in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. In June I was speaking in Atlanta […]

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I Just Want the Old Me Back!

  Her voice, once upbeat and positive, was filled with anguish and despair as she said, “I just had another nerve block treatment to try to stop this never-ending, excruciating pain—and I’m still in torment.  In the blink of an eye, this disease totally changed my life.  I feel like life as I knew it […]

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