|Colloidal Silver, My Story
|Colloidal Silver, Information
When I walked into the center today, I heard my mom call my name. She was in one of the main areas with a group of residents - they were all in a circle in their wheel chairs, each holding one end of this large 'octapus' shaped stretchey band. The activities woman was in the middle of them, directing the people to raise or to pull on the band. It was an exercise activity. But, my mom saw me, and called out my name. That was wonderful!
This part of my mom's life is teaching me very well the concept that we start out as dependent persons, and end up, dependent upon people for help. So, why do so many people get abandoned at this time of life - when they are so needy. Why are they, let go of, at that time in life?
We hear on television and in the media, all of the time - how important children are; and yet the number of day care centers is growing. Day care, to take care of these very important, most important people in the world. Then, you hear - consistently about the pro-life contingent... so my question is, when does a life become non-important. With day care centers taking children in diapers, for enough money: how important was that life? Not important enough to take care of personally? ... and, once that life is here: do we all wish to help out with that life? Like with food and medicine... or shelter? Or do we hear, "you brought that kid in to this world, you should take care of it!" And then in later life - non-important, once again. So, when is life important? Which lives are we, 'pro' about? Is it only when one is, a fetus? And then, bam, that's it! That sure is what seems to be going on. ~~~Nancy