Life in the time of Coronavirus is very different for most of us. As the world descends into chaos around us and we are asked to isolate ourselves at home, without our usual celebrations, entertainment and distractions, with no gatherings of family and friends, no holidays away or even local trips, and with no movie theatres, cafés and shops open, what are we to do? … More Life in the time of Coronavirus: the only way ‘out’ is ‘in’
The words love and medicine are rarely used in the same sentence. Not many people say they love taking their medicine. Not many doctors say they love practising medicine. Yet love is at the heart of everything we do. … More Why bring love into medicine?
We all know deep down what love is, for we come from love and we are love, in essence. … More What love is
It is the day after Christmas here in Australia and still Christmas Day elsewhere in the world. I love that I have friends in England, Ireland and America who are now enjoying the day I have already lived … I feel like I am living the future! … More Reflections on Christmas Day
We live life as if we are merely human and human life is merely physical, but deep down we have a nagging sense, a knowing even, that this is not true and that we are far more than we pretend to be. … More Living life with energetic integrity
t\The meaning of philosophy is ‘the love of wisdom’ … be wise and loving, and discern what is true … and the whole truth always includes love.
… More How to read if your favourite philosopher is having an off day
I love training medical students. They bring me great joy and as they are one of the most under-appreciated groups of people in any hospital or medical practice, I thought I would write them a love letter… … More A love letter to medical students