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June 8, 2008 in Brain, Depression, ethics, healthcare, LDS, Medicine, Mental Illness, mind, Mormon, Neurology, psychiatry, psychology, Science, Spirituality, Uncategorized | Tags: art, belief, charity, Christianity, coaching, consciousness, conversion, creativity, danger, death, Depression, development, dying, ecumenicism, english, evangelicals, faith, fear, forgetfulness, gospel of Judas, grieving, healthcare, Jesus Christ, labor, love, media, memory, neurons, prenatal surgery, PTSD, sensationalization, service, smell, spiritual growth | Leave a comment
It’s back, while I may not have time to come up with anything worth reading out of my head, I am more than happy to share the wealth of what someone else wrote. Meanwhile, I continue to tread water on the wards. Read the rest of this entry »