Encouraging words even if there’s isn’t a clear and easy action based on them. Important point: “There is another critical limitation to the kind of partnership that doctors and patients can develop. Much as with the the fable of the chicken and the pig, there’s a fundamental difference between the doctor’s involvement and the patient’s commitment in their care. In business, true partners share both risks and benefits. But this is not possible in healthcare, where the patient alone lives (or dies) with the consequences of medical decisions. That’s where the participatory medicine notion of doctors and patients as equal partners falls apart. Therefore, the patient alone must develop a sense of personal responsibility and learn to practice the inalienable nature of her authority over herself, if she so desires.”
bout the self/consciousness, then this book is almost certainly going to be a 4- or 5-star book for you. If, like me, you are too firmly rooted in the scientific study of reality, then this book on spirituality probably won’t quite hit those highs.
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