I know it's hard. I cannot do it all the time.
I have moments of fears and frustrated everyday. I have times to cry a lot a lot...
Sometimes I wonder if God is too busy to take care of others that He overlooks me.
Sometimes I wonder the mysteries of human brain could perform something out of the expectation of neurologist and scientist though not sure what it is.
Human is a complicated nature, there are so many elements within, psychology, psychiatric, physical condition, intelligence, mindset, belief.... abstract things... One thing that most professional or philosophers agreed is: our subconscious mind is very powerful - what we belief could become true. This involves the psychological state and perception of how we perceive things that happen in life.
A recent miracle. "A college dropout Jason Padgett becomes accidental mathematical genius after brutal mugging. Neuroscientist and philosophy professor Berit Brogaard explained that damage caused by the attack has forced Padgett's brain to overcompensate in certain areas that most people don’t have access to, transforming him into an "acquired savant." " (extracted)
Another story. A famous neurosurgeon has decided to follow Jesus in his age of .... I think around 50. He is very experienced with outstanding performance on handling medical cases. He said he doesn't believe in God in his young age. After all those years, he realizes there are so many mysteries of human brain that they (neuroscientists) don't know yet.
Neurologist will tell us something that they have learned from books or something they have discovered in neuroscience. When will they tell us more? I think "after" they discover more.
I don't mean their findings aren't worth to listen, but should keep it as a reference level. Same disease in different persons will turn up differently. Why? They can't predict the trend of gene because they know less. What if they think they know but in the end that is a misconception? Sometimes I wonder if the fight of ataxia is a journey of discovery, not a life that can be concluded by any neurologist.
If we lose faith, confidence and hope, our body will response to that and this is no good to our overall performance. When there is no cure nor sufficient findings to help us and get well, we have to help ourselves, don't give up. Keep our faith and hope, believe we can do better. We can do our part and let the body to integrate every good element within us and manifest it. Maintain our body, mind and soul at a good level is very important.
If life is a show that is no rehearsal, do you want to play a good show of yours?