Monthly Archives: February 2023

How Canada does assisted dying

BBC Hardtalk delves into how another jurisdiction handles the assisted dying issue, somewhat differently from others. Described as liberal, as a testing ground, maybe they are nothing more than sensible, and more sensitive to the needs of those requesting help … Continue reading

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Insights from an aged care physician

Having the perspective of an on-the-ground practitioner who has worked in the health care profession for so many years can be instructive for us as we navigate the dying days of our lives – dying in both senses of the … Continue reading

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What we can and cannot control

Ryan Holiday regularly posts a philosophical note at The Daily Stoic. On this day he writes: In 2021, the author Michael Lewis experienced just about the worst thing that can happen to a parent when his daughter was killed in … Continue reading

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