We can experience miracles because we live together.
I read an article recently. According to David M (2015), Kyrie and Brielle Jackson were born on October 17, 1995, at The Medical Center of Central Massachusetts in Worcester, Massachusetts. The twins were born 12 weeks ahead of their due date. The hospital placed the twins in separate incubators to watch over them to reduce the risk of infection. But on November 12, Brielle Jackson's heart rate suddenly quickened, and she started gasping for breath. At the desperate moment, Gayle Kasparian, a nurse on duty at the hospital, with her parent's permission, placed the twins in the same incubator. Moments later, the sleeping Kyrie wrapped her left arm around Brielle. At that moment, Brielle's heart rate calmed down, her blood oxygen level also improved and her temperature returned to normal. And they were able to return home in good health.
A picture from an article called “The Rescuing Hug.”
Miracles do exist.
I thought through this article that maybe when we live together, a miracle will exist.
For some, it may be a slight touch and a small warmth, but for others, that warmth may affect that person's life. Gradually, our society is changing into an individualistic and isolated community at the same time Suicide rates are also rising.
I have heard cases where a person who had decided to commit suicide was stopped by a warm word from a person he met by chance in a parking lot. Looking at these cases, we thought we were beings who had to live together.
We also became clear. We wanted Telepsycrx to contribute to creating such a society. A company that is not just a company that treats mental health, but a company where everyone listens to someone's story, empathize and comforts each other, and a company that gives strength in times of loneliness and hard times.
When we see articles and cases like this, we feel a sense of mission to create a society like this.
Starting today, how about giving warm words to your family, friends, and colleagues, and paying attention to yourself as well?
Your small change can save someone else's life.