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July 30th, 2005 Enter your password to view comments.

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Keep It Simple Stupid

July 29th, 2005 No comments

“Don’t try to be right – be simple”

A piece of advice I was given by two people in two days. I find simplicity tough. I spent my life running and being right, desperately right. I think this advice may be the key to something fundamental in my journey at this point. whether it can help with my physical healing I do not know. It can certainly help my mental/psychic healing. It also helps very much with helping others and with not adding to the confusion in the world.

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Protected: Conversations With Doctors At The Royal London Hospital Whitechapel

July 21st, 2005 Enter your password to view comments.

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Finally in Hospital

July 18th, 2005 No comments

It’s a strange thing when everyone you call to say you are in hospital says “at last – thank the lord” or something similar. But when the doctors have been as incompetent, narrow minded, arrogant and ignorant as they have in my case it can be a relief. The issue now is to make sure I am treated by open minded and open eyed doctors who can see the future can be good.

Having fought to get here for a year, the fact that I could hardly walk on Saturday and had to call an ambulance did the trick. Now if only they had listened they would have saved the many thousands of pounds it will take to reconstruct my right hip and shoulder, pelvic floor and put steel in my back. I can’t wait to get out but suspect I will be here for two or three months.

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