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What hurts your heart ?

what hurts your heart...?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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A sudden and heavy plugging of any of my two coronaries (either right or left) with a clog made by cell clumps plus a cholesterol crust.....that is called infarction....and after that event, part of my heart dies....and becomes fibrous tissue, inactive non contractile mass of muscle......that REALLY hurts.... On the other hand, the pain in my heart appears when I see the misery in countries like Irak, Somalia, Afghanistan, with widows, fatherless children, mutilated innocent underaged that did not want to be involved in that conflict, people without arms nor legs, criyng the ones they loved and died unjustly, or put in illegal prisons around the world in which people that are just "suspects" are put in for years, even when they had to be supposed innocent at the beginning, without the right to a lawyer, and have to walk around blindfolded (I always wonder why that blinfold is put on their eyes), just because some crazy idiot branded them as "terrorists"...that not only hurts my heart, it splits it in several pieces...........
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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