Fact or Coincedince?

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Canada
December 20, 2006 9:08pm CST
A six-year-old girl in Britain is making an amazingly speedy recovery after waking up from a coma to the sound of James Blunt's song "You're Beautiful." Doctors reportedly are pleased with Claudia's recovery, as are her grateful parents. All are thrilled with the speed and extent of the girl's recovery after she fell headfirst off a balcony in May. At first, the Daily Mail reported, doctors feared she may not even survive, telling the parents that if she did pull through, there was high probability of brain damage or paralysis. "Claudia is doing really well and it's the best Christmas present we could have ever hoped for," said her mother Gaynor Turner."Personality wise we've got our daughter back and she's the same in every way as she was before."James Blunt's "You're Beautiful," is Claudia's favorite song. (http://www.politicalgateway.com) Was it just a Coincedince that girl woke from the comma time the song was played? Can music really have that much effect on a person? What is your opinion?
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• India
21 Dec 06
i'm happy that the girl is doing well. But i have no idea if it is a coincidence or a fact. well i had recently read in a news paper that music helps fast healing and they call it music therapy.
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• Canada
21 Dec 06
I hear that music through meditation can heal, how long is unclear but it helps relax the body and clear the mind. Thanks for the post.
@lonewolfnan (4367)
• Canada
21 Dec 06
The family is happy and the girl is healthy.Maybe a cloud covered the sun when she came to?Or a nurse sneezed??The rest may be a coincidence.As long as she is alive and well,the rest is not as important
• Canada
21 Dec 06
I to am happy to girl is well, but in some cases like parents go over board on coincidence and I just hope the girl keeps the song as her favorite and it ends there. thanks for the post
@lilaclady (28270)
• Australia
4 Jan 07
Gee, that is very interesting, I think music does so much more than we really think. We all need music.