Our Shared African Grandmothers and Technology

Majid Ali, M.D.

Did Technology Enrich Human Life More Than It Impoverish the Human Soul?

The Rift Valley grandmothers left behind a legacy of love, ethics, and compassion for human race. They defined the essence of being human a very long time before the prevailing notions of sociology, psychology, philosophy, politics, or enlightenment developed.

Authentic Humanness and Technology

Those African grandmothers of Rift Valley left behind a rich legacy of truth, authenticity, compassionate, and love. Can we think of any face of humanness that went unrecognized by them and was discovered by the great sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, politicians, or enlightenment gurus that followed them?

There is no point to counting the blessings of technology. It is everywhere. But in the context of the soul and technology, what do we make of 4 million Syrian refugees? Of the holocaust? Or of the nearly 30 million people who succumbed in World War II?

Three Healing Sciences

In the context of Science, Health, and Healing, I recognize three healing sciences and thousands of disease-drug sciences. Drugs, as essential as they are for treating acute diseases, do not heal. This is a simple fact of science.

Three primary healing sciences are:

  1. Grandmothers’ Healing Science of Love
  2. Healing Science of Oxygen
  3. Healing Science of Insulin

Three Healing Sciences Series

I invite interested readers to consider other articles in my Three Healing Sciences Series at this site.

http://www.AliDiabetes.org   –  www.AliScience.org

For readers interested in the subjects of obesity, weight loss, insulin toxicity, and diabetes reversal, I offer my FREE library of articles on the subjects at http://www.alidiabetes.

For professional readers and people with biology background, I suggest my articles posted on http://www.aliscience.org.

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