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Book Recommendations


Since many of us are in social isolation mode, I have found myself doing a lot more reading recently than I usually do, and wanted to share with my readers a couple of my recent favorites. If you enjoy non-fiction, … Continue reading

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Southeast Asia – Chapter 6


My work week in Solo rapidly became an established routine of bedside rounds in the morning, followed by lunch, then didactic sessions in the afternoon, using the slide sets of medical topics I brought with me from the States. I … Continue reading

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UNDER AFRICAN SKIES


UNDER AFRICAN SKIES Traveling to Africa leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. Here, then, are some of my stories. (There are a great many more, but that would require a novel, not a Postcard.) It all started … Continue reading

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“STUFF” or “How Much Is Enough?”


I remember the first time I saw George Carlin do his brilliant routine on “Stuff” – and how what we considered necessary stuff could be pared down to a small handful of essential items. I was reminded of this when … Continue reading

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