“In the game of life, there is nothing less important than the score at half-time.” I’ve not been able to find a source for this quote, but how wise it is. I no longer believe in coincidences and therefore, when this quote came into my awareness this past week, I greeted it like an old… Read More »
Healthcare Reform: What’s the Real Issue?
This week I attended a vigil for healthcare reform with a public option organized by MoveOn.org. Quietly but with urgency, a series of people financially broken by our current healthcare system reminded those assembled that we mustn’t miss our current historic opportunity to increase accessibility to healthcare resources. Accessibility is certainly a key issue: how… Read More »
Slow Food, Slow Money, Slow Medicine
“Every dollar that we send into ‘the market’, disconnected from our beliefs and our values, disconnecting us from one another, from our communities, from the land, is an act of surrender. No market victor, no Dow Jones Industrial Average record, can compensate for this surrender.” –Woody Tasch, Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money The… Read More »
Counting my Blessings
I’ve completed my training as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine! Next I face the challenge of creating a practice that will place Nature’s medicine into the world. At this juncture, though, I am moved to stop and recognize all the blessings I have received – still receive – that have enabled me to come this… Read More »
- « Previous Page