Monthly Archives: January 2011

Seeing’s believing, but feeling’s the truth. Thomas Fuller

Primary Progressive Aphasia is insidious, slowly stealing language and eventually cognition from an individual until connections to words and concepts, time and reason are strained and lost. For many years, it went undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, but… Continue reading

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The psychological damage of not being able to speak properly to people – in the way they expect – is underestimated. I couldn’t express myself. My identity was completely stifled." Colin Firth, as King George VI in "The King’s Speech."

“Who…………Are…………..You?,” asks the caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland, repeatedly, as Alice attempts to affirm her identity, and finds little upon which to anchor the person she has known as herself. I think that must be what it is l… Continue reading

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The King’s Speech

You must see this film. Period. Years ago, I met Jung on lower Broadway in NYC. Not actually, of course. What I mean is that the concept of syncronicity rose up and hit me in the face that day. Details are not very important. What is important is … Continue reading

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