Archive for May, 2022

Five Days In June

TheDiscipleMD Brandywine, Philadelphia, Saratoga, Fort Ticondaroga, West Point, Princeton, Crossing of the Delaware, Brooklyn Bridge and Valley Forge! What do all of these historical places have in common? All are historical places of significance that my Dad, my brother and I visited in a whirlwind five-day span from June 9 to June 13 more than […]

Allowing ‘The Master Physician’ To Perform Surgery

TheDiscipleMD The pain was excruciating! Perhaps the most pain I have had to endure in my life. It was 1985 and while rounding the bases in a softball game I tore the ligaments in my right ankle. By the end of the evening my ankle had swollen to about five times its normal size. I […]

Minor Lesions Left Untreated

TheDiscipleMD I don’t know if I am the only one who has ever thought this while driving the car down a single lane highway, but I suspect that many of us have at one time or another come to the realization that a quick turn of the wheel by us, or the other driver would […]

Sic Transit Gloria Mundi (Thus Passes The Glory Of The World)

Sic transit gloria mundi is a Latin phrase that means “Thus passes the glory of the world.” It has been interpreted as “Worldly things are fleeting.” I learned a lesson about the fleeting glory of man when, as a senior in high school I happened to stop at a local Burger King for lunch. There […]

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