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"I’ve wanted a higher power to provide that same narcotic delight one feels in the early stages of a relationship."

"In those rare white-light moments when I have felt a holy bliss, I’ve quickly purchased a candle or crystal, hoping to pocket the feeling. Unfortunately, that feeling cannot be contained in an object any more than it can be pinned down to one human being. It is so easy to confuse spiritual longing with a craving for romantic love. Beautiful people are everywhere, whereas the desire for some kind of eternal beauty or ineffable truth is more nebulous, always just out of reach. Recently, on a solo...
Tags: Psychology, Jewelry, Law, Relationships, Poetry, Love, Paris, Kissing, John Keats, Keats, Statue of Liberty, Ann Althouse, Melissa Broder, Religion Substitutes


EMRs are robbing physicians of their writing skills

Many physicians have become world famous writers, and in Greek mythology, Apollo was the god of both poetry and medicine. I can personally think of many prominent physician writers I have come across in my reading over the years: There was the 12th-century rabbi Maimonides, Copernicus in the 15th century and the poet John Keats in the 1700s. In the late 1800s to early 1900s, there were Anton Chekhov, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and William Somerset Maugham. Examples from our time (or at least mine) ...
Tags: Health, Arthur Conan Doyle, Michael Crichton, Anton Chekhov, John Keats, Tess Gerritsen, Primary Care, Health IT, Physician, Maimonides Copernicus, William Somerset Maugham, Finlay Robin Cook Coma Viktor Frankl Man, Stanislav Lem M Scott Peck



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