Born with a scream, die with a whimper. Between those bookends, the self somehow develops. Perhaps it’s because we exist at the bottom of an empty well, waiting for the drenching rains of knowledge to float us up and out of the darkness. The more I know, the less I know, yet the more I’m… Read More Cancer, My Jailor
I wish only not to have to share information and that we never had this intersection of our personal circles in this our Cancer Venn Diagram however the American Cancer Society has a great list of cancer terms… Read More Glossary of Cancer Terms…wish we didn’t need one.
Genetic Predisposition to Breast Cancer Due to Non-BRCA Mutations in Ashkenazi Jewish Women… Read More Artemis August 2017 — Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Center
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You’re correct – that’s not a picture of Bertrand Russell who wrote this 10 point view on teaching, it’s my meditation mentor Richard Feynman. In my den framed is the Apple Computer “Think Different” advertising campaign poster with Richard. When I am really in a bind, I look at his photograph and ask, what would… Read More Bertrand Russell, Richard Feynman and Me
It just dawned on me as I was driving home, for expertise and advice we choose those people with whom who we agree, and more importantly, who agree with our way of thinking to be around us. No matter the circumstance: hiring staff; new friends; the closer of our family members; electing the president; even professional… Read More The Oncological Menu at the end of the Metastatic Universe
My individuality showed a little more than I thought prior to attempting to turn up the volume to reach outwardly to receive help from others and to reach inwardly to hopefully assist others in need of my experiences to help guide them through theirs.… Read More Count and be counted.