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My story: Life after a subarachnoid haemorrhage.

Lots of people ask what happened that day, that week, that month, and lots don’t really know how to ask – so I’ve put pen to paper so to speak, and documented the sequence of events leading to my rupture and subsequently what happened that dark dreary November afternoon back in 2012 – a process that helped with coming to terms with what happened that day, and ultimately what might have been – if it wasn’t for the extremely quick reactions of my husband and parents, I would never have survived the massive subarachnoid haemorrhage I suffered that day. 3,893 more words

Dimineata in pas de sah

In fiecare dimineata, acelasi drum. In fiecare dimineata, altfel. Siluete aplatizate de genti ce atarna greoi pe umerii adormiti, gene somnoroase clipocind constant pe obrajii palizi, toate intr-o goana nesabuita catre zorii unei noi zile. 235 more words

It's all in the story

We’ve been thinking about how to share the good news about Jesus with people via story telling. When I say story telling you probably immediately think… 376 more words

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Animism: Angels and Demons

I can’t remember experiencing a demonic attack. I’ve heard stories, but have always responded with a degree of skepticism. I’m certain of the Bible’s teaching that there are evil forces at work in the world. 439 more words

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Heparin Drip for DCI prevention in Aneurysmal SAH?

Interesting article from Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery looking at use of heparin after endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms.  The study was retrospective, included ~400 patients (~200 given heparin post-coiling and ~200 matched controls), and collected data on incidence of vasospasm, DCI, and functional outcome. 308 more words

Faith not sight

This week we’ve been hearing a bit from Hebrews 11. I am always amazed at the interpretation the writer offers of what Abraham was thinking as he obeyed God’s word in Genesis 22. 210 more words

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A new and better city

We’ve been in Melbourne since Monday. This city seems so different and at the same time so familiar. The signs read in English. The people speak my language. 386 more words

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