Indeed, I have had many changes in my views regarding my life and of others close to me. Using the Annabelle story for reference, the joys and sadness from, directly or indirectly, observing outcomes of actual similar events has been profound. Examples include the fact that many willing persons exist to provide strength and wisdom in varying depth and breadth as did Annabelle.
In Boston, a bakery owner put out a sign stating that anyone who would do an honest day’s work would be hired. And, with no background checks. All are winners.
With focus and experience, it became very clear why a proper man-women match must occur for any progress to be made to achieve the life they each deserve. The efforts and results toward extending lifespan using bio-medical-genetics is, from my observations, truly advancing. However, some are suggesting we now have the technology to live 1000 years and can find out more by paying a small fee for more information to invest in those businesses holding the technology. I prefer to rely on my own observations at this time.
But, there is more cause for sadness: Governments, world wide, appears to have taken
a leap backward. Both in form and furthering lack of respect for their respective people. We must continue working toward a solution no matter how long it may take. All of us must take notice and be concerned.