Daily Prompt: Placebo Effect

Daily Prompt: Placebo Effect
by michelle w. on November 3, 2013

If you could create a painless, inexpensive cure for a single ailment, what would you cure and why?
There are so many ailments; some I’m not even aware of. Some I haven’t been touched by, nor any of my family or close friends. How is it possible to choose a single ailment?
At the risk of sounding like a beauty contestant, I’m going to go out on a limb and say World Hunger. Most of you who have followed my blog know that I’m an advocate for clean water for all; so, why not World Hunger. I know there are ailments children and adults suffer from due to hunger, even in our own Country. It is sad that people have to suffer these ailments, when there is such an abundance of food available; and look at what a lot of us do – eat, eat, eat until we become obese and create our own ailments due to overeating and/or simply not eating the good foods that are there for us.
I am going to step down from my soapbox now, before I rant all day, but I think I am going to stick with World Hunger as my ailment to cure.
1 A Hungry World


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  1. Good pick. I would’ve gone with hunger too. Just because we choose to not see these things every day in the rush of our own lives, doesn’t make them any less significant. Good post, mamabear 🙂


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