Delicateness and Being a Doctor

  Recently I was feeling how delicate I am, and is something I most easily connect to through my hands. How my hands feel and look to me reflects the level of delicateness I am allowing in my every daily movements. Note here I say allowing. Delicateness is a quality we all can have and…

Sacred Space

As I have experienced training and working in medicine, there is all manner of chaos and turmoil that can present in the space of a day’s work. Our home is our sanctuary and the place we come back to, to rest and repose at the end of the working day. It is a space that…

Who’s Paying For Lunch?

Every day, doctor’s lunch rooms around the world are filled with the aroma of various delightful foods. From pastries to sandwiches, to your favourite Thai takeaway – it’s all on offer. But who is offering, and what exactly?  The lunches I am referring to are those sponsored, paid for or conducted by pharmaceutical companies. It has become…