The Defective Heart.

Late Summer 2014, I was diagnosed by a specialist as having an abnormality in my heart.  No wonder I could hardly do any exercise. I couldn’t play sports any longer, as it made my brain spin, and at times, even walking would make me so dizzy that I had to stop in my tracks.  Going up stairs was slow, just one step at a time!  I had become an old man.

The reality of it hit me head on while I was in Edinburgh, Scotland, on August 2nd, 2014.  We were heading for Tattoo, a famous music festival for all those who used to be or are still part of Great Britain.  We had to take the bus, and one was coming a bit too fast.  As we weren’t yet at the bus stop, I started to run.  Within seconds, I almost blacked out.  I was confused…

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About osarobohenry

Born again christian, father, husband, brother, friend who love learning and reading more about the goodness, mercy, peace, love, faithfulness and protection of God. A peace lover. I fellowship with Cuerpo de Cristo church, Tudela branch, Navarra - Spain.

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