What became even funnier was the background I occasionally use of a photo I took in the winter of a cob-web.
It is hard to be an Outsider. It is hard to go it alone. We humans aren’t designed for prolonged battles of isolation;
Better to fail in a failed system than to undertake an experiment with the same outcome.
Inspection does not engender a feeling of trust; even when you have little trust in the people in your organisation responsible for your welfare, better usually, the devil you know.
Yes, it is a topsy-turvy world, one of contradictions, complications, improvement and innovation.
What links the 12th Century mystic/philosopher/physician with the 20th Century martial artist/philosopher/actor? They are joined through their philosophical interpretation of improvement, learning and growth. This all started with me writing […]
Could you Facetime your doctor when you are on holiday in Greece rather than having to wade through the complexities of health insurance (yes, Brexiters) and a foreign health system?
‘Did my dad die because someone didn’t follow policy, didn’t pay attention or, was the outcome inevitable?’ ‘Might my mum have survived the operation if she had a different surgeon or she was at a different hospital?’
You are unconscious, the focus for the doctors and nurses is maintaining your physiology with particular attention to your brain and heart.