Firstly, let me have a chance to explain why i decided to join TIMS forum in the beginning. My main purpose was to contact dr. Sclafani and discussed about CCSVI with him. That’s it, i stated it in my earlier post in Introduction and my question was only about CCSVI.
Then someone replied, but not the answer i was expecting to get. I was excited though to have any kind of respond from someone else. I know that members of this forum have so many different informations and experiences way beyond mine. So, i really want to learn more about MS, but i don’t know where to begin.
Then on my way reading every topics, i found one topic that got into my attention, “MS Bible Study Support Group” in Mental and Spiritual Health. I read all the posts there and i saw someone quoted a verse from the bible. So i thought it’s okay to do that, expressing my belief. From there, i began to write “religious” posts, but my sole purpose was to deliver a message of HOPE for those who had tried many treatments but didn’t get the result they wished for. I’m really sorry for doing it in unappropriate way. I didn’t intend to disrespect other belief systems that other members of this forum have or to force my own belief system to others. I’m really sorry if i did that.
Please understand, that i am a very critical person, so if someone challenges my knowledge or my belief, i would challenge them back. I’m sorry if did it in unapproriate way so i may seem to offend other party. I’m sorry for the languange i used that may offend others or make others became uneasy with my statements. I really didn’t mean it.
Please accept my apologies. I will accept any consequences that the board of this forum decided to give me for my fault.
And i would like to say thank you to the board of moderators for your hardwork in managing this forum so it can be focus on its goal. And i’d like to say thank you to all the members of this forum for the knowledge you willingly shared with me.
Thank you for your attention and consideration.
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