Hospitals

Almost everyone knows hospitals started in Western Civilization through monks and nuns.  A few started in Asian civilizations, but they never multiplied as in the West.

I was in a hospital today, and admired how it was an example of how far we’ve come since the Year I.  There were white and black nurses, PA’s and doctors all working together to help patients from varied races and backgrounds.  Nobody was out to do another in.  There were no spears, knives and the only firearms were on security.

I attribute it all to the man who healed the blind and died to bring his preaching to a head.  He envisioned a kingdom where people did good deeds and lived by the Laws of Moses.  His name was Jesus Christ.

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