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I like your title and how your story leads up to it in the end. Those "morning Son" times I think are what get most of us through the confusions of life. Thanks for sharing.
08/24/07
I can't tell you how much I appreciated this. My own brother went through this a few years ago...right down the doing the dialysis at night.

God granted him healing in a kidney, though it won't be the last time he'll need one.

Other than a few grammatical and punctuation errors, this was a beautifully written piece.
We all need the morning Son at a time like this.
08/25/07
I enjoyed reading this story. Your descriptions of the medical problem and the faith the MC is holding to while under-going this procedure, are certainly realistic. I like the last line, too!
Your story touched me personally as my son has now been on dialasis one year and we just went for his first meeting at the transplant center to discuss the requirements for receiving a kidney. They made us aware that a live donor is the best kind of kidney and it doesn't have to come from a relative-anyone who desires to help a person have a better life who matches can donate.

Your style is very good!