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Flickering Light

“There is not enough darkness in all the world to put out the light of one small candle.” Robert Alden

This past week I have struggled to think about anything else other than work.

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The value of high numbers

I have great respect for communities and societies who value older generations. I wish that we could all value and respect other people’s life experience and wisdom. 386 more words

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GROOM WANTED: Paris, Kentucky (Lexington area)

We’re not ‘home’ in Lexington very often, but when we are we often need help. Working pupil position only available for the days and hours that we are home – so might suit someone studying or working full time to come and help us after-school or after-work. 82 more words

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Don't get stuck on Plan A

Those who used to watch the sitcom Friends are familiar with the theme song by The Rembrandts:

“So no one told you life was gonna be this way…

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Will I still love this tomorrow?

Driving in my car the other morning, I heard the worst news ever. My strong heart shattered into a million little pieces, and tears filled my eyes … my favourite morning show was coming to an end! 330 more words

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Life Lessons from Charlie Chaplin

One of the most inspirational books I’ve ever read is Charlie Chaplin’s autobiography. I thought it was funny, well-written, touching, thought-provoking and interesting (all the qualities a good book should have). 686 more words

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The “march of folly” in Brazilian Emergency Medicine

Original article in Portuguese – see below 

By Frederick Arnaud

President of the Brazilian Association of ABRAMEDE – Emergency Medicine

A letter to the medical institutions of Brazil, including the Ministry of Health, the CFM (Federal Medicine Council), AMB (Brazilian Medical Association), CNRM (National Commission of Medical Residency) and everyone who works emergency services. 2,158 more words

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