Magical Cure

We are doing care packages for the homeless at church, so I went to the Dollar Store to get a bunch of stuff. I’m mentioning this not in order to show off my charitable contributions but to explain why it took me 15 minutes to get checked out.

The cashier asked about my Ukrainian badge, I started to explain, and gradually the whole line and people at the next cash register joined in the conversation. Everybody is very supportive and well-informed. A woman started praying for Ukraine to be accepted in the NATO. I said that the NATO should be so lucky for Ukraine to accept it. People cheered. It was really good. God bless American people.

By the way, the situation at the front line got much better, so now I’m cured. I still can’t hear with the impacted ear but everything else magically improved overnight. My health, apparently, is in the hands of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

2 thoughts on “Magical Cure

  1. Have you read works by Станислав Лем ? I haven’t but heard his name and found this post interesting:

    Btw, regarding Israel agreeing or not to send weapons to Ukraine, have you heard about the newest agreement by the West not send weapons to Ukraine for now in order to persude Putin to release Ukrainian grain to the third world countries?

    Here is a Ukrainian blogger commenting on the situation and saying it’s good for all parties, including Ukraine:


    1. I don’t think it’s true but if it were, it would be terrible. Russia will not honor any agreements because it never does. Russia would use the pause to stifle Ukraine’s counter-offensive and then say, “wait, what grain? Never heard of it, go away, Nazis.”

      This is probably yet another Russian fake.


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