Tuesday, November 15, 2005
I've been away for a while. I needed to catch up on some stuff. I've been so involved in my class project lately. It a report I'm researching on the Tay-Sachs disease. The NTSAD has been a great help in my research efforts. I've been changed by this because it affects children from the time of birth. It's a genetic condition that attacks the gene structure. What's sad there is no cure, only prevention. Children that are affected with the disease live only to about 4-to-5 years of age. So little time, not given a chance to live life. Learning alot from these children tells me cherish each and every moment of everyday like these dear little children and their families because you never know when it will end. I was so moved by a father journey with his daughter, Rachaeli it touched my heart forever. There's a hope that someday there will be an answer to sickness and death. That will one day be a place much different from this place. If you trust that there is a living God who sent His Son to suffer on the cross, die and was resurrected to give us eternal life. If you believe then one day you'll see each other again. There will be no more death no more.