A cautionary tale for the rest of us

The ignorance of a farmer named Fred

Today, it’s not uncommon to see a human speeding down the road in an electric wheelchair while breathing on a portable oxygen tank. As a society, we have now grown accustomed to seeing portions of the population in a state of ill health. But it wasn’t always this way.

Growing up in England during the the 1970s, things were a little different. Even though our schools were full of germs, it was still…

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James Lilley

James Lilley

I aim to provide engaging content that's enjoyable to read. I’m also the author of the Amazon bestseller “The Healing Point.”

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