"The World Health Organization advocates the use of Homeopathy" is a byline that is prominent on my website home page. It's been there for some time. I'm not removing it. I thought about addressing this latest round of homeopathy bashing by the Young Voices of Science on my own blog but it is too depressing for me and I don't want to go there.
It seems to me that the good, and obviously effective, work of some of our homeopaths such as Jeremy Sherr, Peter Chappell, and Luc de Sheppard in the developing part of the world , must really be irking this group. I am sure that there are many homeopaths that are doing, or have done, great work in that part of the world that I don't know, so forgive me for not including their names.
I don't have the fortitude to fight fire with fire. This is an ongoing battle that is over 250 years old. Older than me. I had an idea and thought to post it, as food for thought: I think the Homeopathy World Community might want to consider putting together a campaign of posting the good works of these frontier homeopaths and making a blitz campaign of their successes all over the internet. Posting about our successes is far more uplifting for me. I can handle that.
If any of you great researchers and writers put together some short articles for me to post I would love that.