Like "I don't think you are making something out of nothing. Too often we shoot first and ask questions later. Look at all the FDA recalls. The same goes for unintended consequences of medicine. We fix one thing and break another. I don't have all the research in my data files, but a lot is going on to make connections to much of our modern medicines and the fact that our bodies are not handling them very well. There are many theories out there and some are conspiracy theories, but they need looking into. Our bodies were made to die. Medicine strives to keep the dead living. Why? I know we have a need inside to fix things, but sometimes the cure is worse than the disease. Just recently, an ad for cancer centers are saying that the children who received chemo are now suffering from cancers related to the chemo. It is a mess. On the other hand, we just want to find a place to lay blame. It makes us feel better if it is not our fault and we can blame (and subsequently sue) someone else. In our minds we struggle to make it make sense. Sometimes faith needs to drive us, and allow us to accept that we are living the life we were meant to live. There are nuggets of inspiration in the struggle of life. When we take those away, perhaps we are just finding new ones?"