Surkit11 karma2021-12-24 15:58:22 UTC
Something I've long wondered was what drives someone to being a pastor. Disclosure; I'm an atheist that grew up in a catholic family and don't keep up with scripture. I was under the impression that the Bible says to be fruitful and multiply. In an age where secondary nobility aren't forced into the church; what drives someone to decide to be an instructor on God's words instead of a practioner?
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Surkit3 karma2017-01-22 23:22:55 UTC
Years ago the inventor of the Segway invented a wheelchair that could climb steps and curbs. I have never seen it being used by a paraplegic or quadriplegic person. My partial quadriplegic friend explained it is severely hampered by the sense of balance it requires it's users.
Given you use the suit with a walker or your physical therapist holding you, do you see this as truly beneficial to disabled individuals, or an interesting proof of concept where there needs to be more work?
Surkit-1 karma2021-04-16 14:50:00 UTC
How is the sobriety going? I know that isn't directly related, but I saw your post in the past about it.
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