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Sep 11 2008   5:41PM GMT

Can the Internet be a contributor to healing?

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Tonight’s post is brief. It is about something that perhaps is the hardest and most important thing to do, change minds for the better. Thankfully some try to do it, and have been successful. Thanks to such efforts advances within today’s world exist. For example today’s world provides a network of specialists to help parents with children who have special needs (i.e. those types of children who years ago were misunderstood whereby rather than be helped to bring forth their innate talents or potential genius, society years ago pushed many such types away from effective integration with society and rather than provide help so the child reached their potential and became their best, society pushed them into asylums, towards crime, or in the direction of dark corners of some type). As it is important, ideally a global mindset for goodness and helping others continues to grow and mature so that: cancers and other ills can someday be better treated or ideally prevented; and so in general all more so have a better chance to be healthier, wealthier, wiser, and more at peace. Ideally the inherent qualities of the Internet can be a contributor to healing and making things better. Perhaps someday the Internet will even be seen as a help towards healing every wound. Using words found within a book some may find interesting to read (Don’t they know it’s Friday?), As-salaam Alaykum (Peace be with you). 

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