Monthly Archives: September 2015

Leaky, fuzzy family

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Lawyers and Einstein

A lawyer can be compared to Einstein. Relativity, relativity said Einstein: everything depends on everything else. The lawyer says, It depends. :- Doug.

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I am white-haired

I am white-haired I was dark-haired I am that I am this I exist I do not exist Dimensions three Show unity We miss in two All the same To me :- Doug.

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Vital use of doctor’s skills at end of life

If you want a doctor’s skills at end of life to give you a second chance with those around you, forget the doctor: today is your second chance. If you want those skills to hang on to what breath is … Continue reading

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to touch a sigh

At our gossamer edges we are subtle enough to touch spirit’s sigh :- Doug.

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we age

Subtle our edges we age, airs inter-flowing permeable…big :- Doug.

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Medicine is not magic

Medicine is not magic miracles are not magic answer this: I want a doctor’s skills so that…. :- Doug.

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satisfying way to round out?

What would be a satisfying way to round out your life? :- Doug.

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even if it means letting go life sooner

As long as there is a possibility of meaningful life, give me the meaning, even if it means letting go the life sooner. :- Doug.

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What are the meaningful things of your life?

What are the meaningful things of your life? Could you do them in your last weeks? What sort of care would allow you to do them, have them, as the light of this world fades for you? :- Doug.

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context

We are the context the interweaving of one another :- Doug.

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I’ll not retire

I’ll not retire as long as I can do good things. :- Doug.

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What right do your Mom and Dad have

What right do your Mom and Dad have to be supported in their later years? What is the source of that right? :- Doug.

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What is conversation?

What is conversation Light Love Music Participation? :- Doug.

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Time with you

Time with you :- Doug.

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Dear young grandchild of mine:

Dear young grandchild of mine, what do you see when you watch yourself? How do you move through life—quickly, questioningly, thoughtfully? :- Doug.

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what takes us but not lack of imagination

Here is a must-hear TED talk. (Both links are to the same talk). http://video.ted.com/talk/podcast/2015/None/BJMiller_2015-480p.mp4 https://www.ted.com/talks/bj_miller_what_really_matters_at_the_end_of_life :- Doug.

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