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« When Breath Becomes Air -- Lesson 2 (Informed Consent) | Main | Lesson on Action in Beckett's "I'll go on." »

February 23, 2016

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Debby Bruck

Reminds me of Margaret Michell's Gone With The Wind: I'll think of it tomorrow, at Tara. I can stand it then. Tomorrow, I'll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day.

Set aside the difficulties, sadness, hardship, losses and look ahead.

Bill Kleine

When I started "When Breathe becomes Air" I couldn't put it down until I finished. Paul was a well-read man who seemed to fail to find his answers inside of any book. His hope is akin to faith rather than a belief or some sort of a belief system. Faith, hope and love. One need not put these into a religious framework to live by them. They are a disposition. A way at looking at life. He lived with cancer rather than died from it. Like Debby says, he lived always looking ahead, not at some distant fantasy but at directly what was in front of him.

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