Stories of Strength

“Thought by many to be the dominant scholar of his generation, this describes the life of Sir Isaiah, an extraordinary, life-loving man with a mind like an encyclopedia. BBC News | UK | Philosopher and political thinker Sir Isaiah Berlin dies. Questioning knowledge and particularly your own version of the truth takes courage, it also …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE

TO DIE OR NOT TO DIE, THAT IS THE QUESTION, BUT NOT YET A CHOICE Ten years ago,  when I was first diagnosed with a platelet disorder, my oncologist said I had at least another twenty  years.   If I am lucky that means ten more years.  Would I like another extension?  Yes, but with …

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DAILY POST CHALLENGE

LIVING IN DENIAL,  A LIFE OR DEATH SENTENCE?  One of  life’s many questions I have learned personally and as a therapist that cannot be answered as an either/or as .  The easiest answer, tell the truth  when it is a matter of life and death.  Even then it is not easy.  Moreover, truth-telling matters very little in …

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