One might surmise from this post, that our “Medical Complex Institution(s)” are suffering from a “Pecuniary Infection” (that a bit of Cranberry Juice won’t cure).
Seems we’ll collectively need to apply a topical energetic “salve”, to “solve” this equation.
The Hippocratic oath can easily become the Hypocritic oath when dollars and cents mean more than a healthy empathetic sense.
You are damn near required to take the Hypocritic oath to work for Big Pharma.
Lol, excellent point Tim The Hypocrite Oath joke has been one of my favourites for many years. I have to ask the glaring obvious . A cure already exists for Aids ? ? When, How, by Who please . 😀
I have not read anything on the subject in ages, but even vasectomies have side effects. If I remember correctly, the side effect was heart disease and researchers didn't understand why.
We should try to feel compassion for those who would put profit before patient care for they sow the seeds of their own unhappiness and unfulfillment. Or indeed for those whose ego and sense of duality would drive them to put themselves before others.
Blessed are we who have incarnated with some understanding of the bigger picture. Who have just enough spiritual development to look through our human eyes at the world with love, forgiveness and compassion.
I often think about my late Mum and Dad who succumbed to serious illness and the bravery it took to choose such a path.
Blessed are we who sees that in this world, we brave souls are, as Ram Dass puts it, simply walking each other home.
Have a lovely weekend my friends.
I love that phrase, "We are simply walking each other home."
It's OK to put oneself before "others" where that means pursuit of one's interests not harmful or deceptive. Dislikes or feelings of being offended are neither harm nor deception committed by someone else, but rather reactions chosen & owned by the people feeling them. Pursuit of our interests is what makes the world go 'round.
I forgot to mention that I recently watched on Netflix probably the most beautiful and affecting documentary I've ever seen. A 30 min one on a now wheelchair-bound Ram Dass, in which he discusses love, life and death as his own days draw to a close on Maui. Once it finished, I spontaneously began to clap my hands in appreciation of both a work of art and a life dedicated to love and light.
Really great way of looking at it Alex, well said, well worded, and Thanks for sharing .😊
Patrick will you ask the committee about the use of CDS or choline dioxide solution as a cure for many? Autism One has some interesting info about its use! Jim Humble is an interesting old fellow to listen too! And has much to say about CDS also. Is this as good as some say?