Prayer of St. Francis - I was tending to my spiritual self this evening when I was reminded of this wonderful prayer. Not to cheapen it, but it seems relevant to AMRN and this board:
Lord, make me a channel of thy peace
- that where there is hatred, I may bring love
- that where there is wrong, I may bring the spirit of forgiveness
- that where there is discord, I may bring harmony
- that where there is ERROR, I may bring TRUTH
- that where there is doubt, I may bring faith
- that where there is despair, I may bring hope
- that where there are shadows, I may bring light
- that where there is sadness, I may bring joy
Lord grant that I may seek to
- comfort than to be comforted
- understand than to be understood
- love than to be loved
For it is by self-forgetting that one finds. It is by forgiveness that one is forgiven. It is by dying that one awakens to Eternal Life. Amen
(if only I could live this way)
Question for you smart folks. Isn’t the bar for proving obviousness one of “clear and convincing” evidence?
If correct, how could any reasonable person think any of the prior studies met that bar with respect to TG>500?
Did ANY subjects have TG>500? I guess maybe 1? Was there any data specific to that, maybe 1, subject?
Point is, how can such little, if any, evidence be considered “clear and convincing”?
Link to Appeal documents:
Not sure if my first attempt at this was working, sorry.
Appeal Docket - Available on my Google drive at:
Currently has both opening briefs, the amicus briefs, and the Bhatt paper.