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Lessons from a Heart Attack

Written By: Henry Walton  |  Posted: Friday, November 2nd, 2012

            From early childhood, I thought dying was a terrible physical struggle. Before I was old enough to go to school, I knew about "butchering days" on the farm. I was told, "Stay in the house until the animal is killed. Then, you can come out and watch."

            My first attempt at killing a chicken for Mother to fry for our family meal failed. It left me with more traumatic memories of physical struggle connected with death.

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