+Jim Nduruchi, please continue to film the other sessions of the jigger digging so we can see all the effort it takes for both the fighter and the volunteers to get a person where jiggers are but a memory. This helps us who watch to learn all that is involved in this process, and it helps us be invested in many ways: with prayers, financially, spreading the word of your work, and as long-term distant members of the Society. Thank you Jim and to the entire members of the Society for the work you do with those who are ravaged by jiggers. God bless you all!
Now, a message to my fellow watchers: I do not know what are the pink bumps on the top of Jahnes' toes that have no skin covering. Does anyone know what they are? I saw a lady in a video from another African country suffering from jiggers that had the same thing except hers covered all over her toes and into her feet. I could not help but cry out for her. I know it is jigger related, but in what way? Thanks for your help!
I agree to that statement to a degree. Mainly because the FDA should be separate entities. Food makes you sick, they give you pills, some pills make you sick unless you eat and some will make you sick if you eat certain foods. The FDA says they don't have enough funding to track and investigate all foods and all medicines so on the latter, they grandfather them. My God, if it works on a sheep since 1959 it should be okay for humans, or so they say. I won't take meds unless I investigate them thoroughly. Even then I am still injured by them. Recently I got nerve damage from an antibiotic. But, times as they are, it would be nice for them to put up or shut up.
- Indiana University BloomingtonCounseling Psychology, 1998 - 2004
- Vanderbilt University Divinity SchoolEthics & Women's Studies, 1993 - 1995
- Loyola University MarylandTheology & Psychology/Philosophy, 1988 - 1992
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