Category Archives: Personal Ethics

I Don’t want Dialysis – A Sweat-of-the-Soul Story

                                                                        Human Sparrows in Terror Cells                                                                                    Majid Ali, M.D. America now is a land of terror cells. I see the biological effects of terror toxicity with increasing frequency. Following is a conversation with a 67-year-old woman who was hospitalized in a New York university hospital for five days after collapsing in a subway station. It unmasks one ugly

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Healing Stories of the Soul’s Sweat

                                                                                            Majid Ali, M.D. Time heals all wounds. Time, of course, also wounds all heels—all souls, to be more precise. In life pain is inevitable. Suffering often is optional. Some years ago, such thoughts led me to look at tears as the sweat of the soul. In my Soul’s Sweat Series, I offer a selection of my healing stories

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Healing By Sweat of the Soul – Abandonment Pain 31 Years After Divorce

                                                        Majid Ali, M.D. An Article of Spiritual Healing Course    I entered my consultation room and found my patient, a 74-year-old woman, sobbing inconsolably. I picked up a box of tissue paper

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