Paida healed a 3-year-old with high fever-induced convulsion

 

One day, I took my son to a small shop to buy things. When he was picking his favourite cookies, the owner of the shop suddenly cried out aloud. It scared me, for I thought there was a robbery. I followed the sounds and found that his three-year-old grandson was in a coma due to high fever-induced convulsion. And the child’s eyes were rolled upward.

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Seeding (1)

 

Nothing is too bizarre in the world. I have never had such an experience in the school until last Thursday afternoon. Around 2:30. I was grading student’s assignments when one of my senior students ran into the classroom, urging me to go to help her math teacher immediately. I asked her what kind of the emergency it was, she waved her hands in the air, trying to describe her math’s acute back pains. The math teacher and I both share several IB students in different class periods. When our students saw him suffering from the back pains so badly, they all recommended that he ask for my help. So the math teacher sent this student to my room (forgot that she just had a foot surgery a few weeks ago, still had to hop on one leg without the clutches) After she finished the story, I picked up my backpack (I always keep the slapper and other tools in it) and wasted no time, went downstairs with her.

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