Dr. Claude Williams showed me the ex ray of my hand, touched my hand and told me “We´re done. Your hand is healing.” I gave him my right hand and did the same with my left to say “thank you” with my deepest gratitude. I am so thankful for his and Keri Weissheit´s service. The last two months I came to his practice because my hand was broken. While in the waiting room I saw the “Entrepreneur” laying on the table. I saw the name “Jen Hidinger” on the front cover and a strong headline. That´s all. I wanted to know who this woman and her story was? I wrote her an e-mail, received a well-formulated automatic answer, and a few hours later I received her personal response which included this video.
It touched my heart. It´s hard to loose your beloved ones. I can relate to it. I lost my dad at ten because he had brain cancer in 1978 and later my sister at the age of 53 due to liver cancer. I even mentioned it in my book which was published exactly 4 years ago at the Drupa.
I am not always sure anymore if medicine really wants to heal? There is often too much money involved. And very often GENES are the explanation to a “problem” when doctors have no other explanation……Jen Hidinger runs the Staplehouse in Atlanta. But she also founded an organisation for restaurateurs with their personal health and financial problems. Is there something in it for New Orleans?