I often wonder at the complexity of the immune system. At the ferocity of cytotoxic T cells (also known as “serial killers”). At all the checks and balances and cytokines working together to keep immune responses in line.
And at neutrophils. I wonder if God thought of his Son when he created these little cells that die at the expense of saving the greater body.
I wonder what kind of place Detroit would be if there were more jobs than people. I wonder what Chene street used to look like before all the shops were closed and abandoned. I wonder if the city will ever be restored to what it once was. Or better.
I wonder if passion is contagious. And if RunDetroit might just be able to make a difference.
I wonder about the people we met in India. About the HIV -afflicted family that we sponsored – I wonder if the money is helping the kids get an education. And about the kids at the orphanages. I wonder if they think of us, or if they forgot.
I wonder where I’ll be in a year. What hospital I’ll be rotating at, and just what it will be like to be, for the first time in my life, on a work-based schedule instead of a lecture-based schedule.
I wonder if I should get back to studying since I have an immuno exam tomorrow. Or not. Ok maybe just a couple more lectures.