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First, do no harm

Some 2,300 plus years ago, the father of medicine, Hippocrates offered a simple, yet profound, guide for medical practitioners. In four short words, he, in fact, established an ethical framework that can guide most all of human life: “First, Do No Harm.” Ironically for us today, Hippocrates’ four words appeared in his treatise in epidemics. […]

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Goose Stepping America!

What can one say about Biden’s inaugural address?  Nothing I have seen analyzed it better than what was written 100 years ago about Warren Harding’s inaugural speech: It was “an army of pompous phrases marching across the landscape in search of an idea.”  Pat Buchanan graciously excused it as “the most confusing, contradictory and incoherent […]

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“Success?” What really is this god we pursue?

Ralph Waldo Emerson broadside I just finished a column by Paul Rosenberg in his “Freeman’s Weekly” online publication.  He raised some interesting questions about life, offers some challenging perceptions and asks some penetrating questions.  If you get a chance to look it up, I would encourage you to do so.  I can’t find a way […]

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