Blue Christmas (MMX): the aftershock
As hard as I strongly doubted for a while my so-called blind faith that God will actually heal my sick little boy, I feel much calmer after the 47-minute worship service (https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/12/blue-christmas-mmx-finally-breaking/). Maybe it was the psychological factor of being vulnerable while venting and weeping in the company of someone who cared for me enough to be by my side (two pastors, the second several minutes after the first one) in a sheltered environment (the church I go to) — hence being a mere placebo effect of feeling a higher power and protection. Of course, as a Christian, the best response would be that it was the grace and mercy of God on me, to which I’m fairly more inclined to believe. I’m nonetheless aware and deeply concerned of the possible risks and dangers that child may face from now on with his new medical condition (https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/11/my-sons-first-ever-seizure/).