Lino Zarrillo - From Daily Disection to Divine Direction
There have been, on occasion in my life, and I am sure in yours, certain moments in time when a word or group of words cannot be uttered. Oh, we may attempt to muster the effort – maybe even use facial expressions as a type of “visual aid,” but try as we might, words fail us from time to time! In my life it happened twice.
I lived a fairly normal life in a home where the dominant language was Italian and the food was ziti. Religion in the home was a mixed bag, ranging from Catholicism to Jehovah’s Witness. I had plenty of time for ziti, but not much for religion. I did, however, have quite a fascination with the human body. So, in August of 1989, I said good-bye to my family, to the ziti and to New Jersey, and moved south to Atlanta, Georgia, where I began my post-graduate education as a Doctor of Chiropractic. It was there that words failed me for the first time.....Read More