Oklahoma City doctor shares personal story of healing
Dr. R. Murali Krishna’s newly released book, “VIBRANT: To Heal and Be Whole — From India to Oklahoma City” shares his story of healing along with his own life lessons.
Dr. R. Murali Krishna had the day planned out like any other Oklahoman.
Exercise that morning. Go to work. The usual.
But at 9:02 a.m., April 19, 1995, Krishna, like many Oklahoma City residents, heard and felt a loud boom.
Krishna, who was the chief of staff at St. Anthony Hospital, remembers the day of the Oklahoma City bombing in his book “VIBRANT: To Heal and Be Whole — From India to Oklahoma City,”...
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