Do cats dream?
Do old cats leap and play as in their kitten days?
Do crippled cats run the hills on unfettered legs?
Do indoor cats prowl the jungle wilds? 67 more words
Senator Marie Louise O’Donnell launches her independent report ‘FINITE LIVES’ and there will also be the launch of the art exhibition; Kicking the Bucket. 68 more words
There are many advantages to being an active participant in a cancer community: fellowship, access to information, advocacy and support, to name just a few. There is one major challenge, however, that comes along with this sense of community: some of our friends die. 382 more words
It’s been one of those days…
Aside from the usual day to day stuff that can put one in an irritable mood if one lets it (cold drizzly rain, too much to do, not having the correct paperwork with you when it’s needed, running out of ink in the printer, blah blah), I’ve had to deal with two situations that are costing me time and emotional energy. 1,418 more words
Review by Sabine
Dr. Paul Kalanithi lead a very ambitious, fascinating life that he eventually chronicled in this book, When Breath Becomes Air. However, when he was diagnosed he came to the realization that he had not pursued one of his passions, literature and writing it, because of his time as a neurosurgical resident. 467 more words
“THE ONLY RAPTURE TODAY IS THE ONE OF LOVE, NOW LIVE IT”
Author Elaina Deva Proffitt
“This book is written with the hope that it will help those who are facing life threatening illness and for their loved ones that they may have a deeper understanding of what happens during those days months and years. 599 more words