Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Pandagirl, Nov 7, 2013.
W0w that's wonderful! Such positive thinking, such energy.
I hope everyone in the TMSWiki forums sees the video.
It reminds me of a favorite old movie, "Kings Row" (1942).
Ronald Reagan played a young man whose legs were both unnecessarily amputated
by a sicko doctor for having trifled with his daughter's affections.
It could have put the victim in a rage but instead he laughed and said,
"Where did he think I lived, in my legs?"
That was awesome!!! I am sure that created a lot of unity among everyone and I am sure the
surgery went fabulous and she healed very quickly.
I remember about 13 years ago, I had surgery and these two nurses who were scrubbing for
the surgery wanted to pray with me. It made me feel so relaxed and set the right atmosphere
in the operating room.
Pandagirl, thanks for sharing such an uplifting video. Could you imagine if all staff
personnel in the OR would be more intimate and friendly with the individual being operated on.
The surgery and healing would be off the charts in the most positive way.
Great!!!! As a nurse I would have loved to have had the opportunity to celebrate
and bring such healing to a patient. The video should go world and inspire the
many who are needing in so many ways. Hope is the secret to it all, Great, and
thank you for sharing this. Nancy
GR, what a great thing for your nurses to do! I think that would make anyone, even a non-believer, feel at peace. I hope they are continuing to pray for their patients today!
I tell you, if I ever need surgery, I want a dance party with my team! The unity and joy created would have an amazing impact on everyone involved!
Bedside manner from nurses and doctors could help a lot.
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