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“I wish I could sing; I think I’d feel weller then!” said a little seven-year-old lad in Bellevue Hospital while a surgeon was examining him to find out what injuries he had sustained in a fall into a twelve-foot-deep excavation. “All right, laddie; you can sing if you will sing something nice,” said the kindhearted Dr. McLean. The little fellow began to sing in a high, clear soprano, “Nearer, My God to Thee.” As the childish notes rang out, nurses, doctors and attendants from various parts of the hospital began to steal in until there were fully a hundred people in the room. “Well, I guess you are right, little man,” said the doctor as he finished his examination; “I can’t find any broken bones.” “I guess it was the singin’ that fixed me,” replied the boy. “I always sing when I feel bad.”
If we grown-ups would do as this little boy did—sing when we “feel bad,” no matter what our loss or misfortune or trouble—we would certainly “feel weller.” ….from the S.S. Banner
So Ask Yourself: Do you have a way to rid yourself of getting yourself to “feel weller?” Try singing. Try talking to God. You may find it actually does work.
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