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Surgery without anesthetic? A story of healing after PTSD

For more inspirational testimonies: https://everydaymiraclespodcast.blogspot.com Episode 28: Seeing God in the Details with Daytona Erkan (11/14 release) Daytona shares a very personal story about a trauma she endured, and the journey of healing that followed. Her father was stationed in Germany during the war, and she (a young teen) had to undergo surgical placement of… Read More »

Former British prisoner Victor Gregg, 99, on why Dresden should never be forgotten | ITV News

Prisoner of war Victor Gregg was waiting to be shot dead when British bombs dropped on February 13th 1945 in Dresden. Instead, he stayed alive to witness the full horrors of the Allied-ordered napalm attack which roasted to death 25,000 in the German city. At 99, the former British soldier can still see the Dresden… Read More »

America’s Ex-Drone Pilot

Brandon Bryant, a former drone pilot and sensor operator for the of the US Air Force, quit his job after 5 years of being in the Drone Program left him emotionally traumatized. In this episode of Transmissions, Motherboard speaks with Brandon about his feelings of responsibility for the remote killings of people with predator drones,… Read More »