By Richard Russell
Now that I’m turning 91, life isn’t getting any easier. I find that I live in fear most of the time. I believe I’m reliving my childhood, during a time when I was left alone at night. I think I was afraid of death as early as I can remember and my worst fear was being abandoned and dying alone.
Now God has decided that I should relive those early years, but this time I will be attended by my wonderful caregiver, Edith. With it all, the world is becoming a better place to live in. Daily I read about amazing new medical studies, particularly those having to do with the immune system.
Of my four daughters, two suffer from diseases of the autoimmune system. Nicole suffers from severe autism, and Lauren has been diagnosed with MS. I pray for their recovery and miracles to occur, since we are all in the hands ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.