If, like me, you are a fan of redemption movies—and of Bill Murray—then today you tuned into AMC and watched Groundhog Day…again…and again…and again…. My favorite part of this time-warp movie comes near the end, when Phil (also the groundhog’s name) Connors finally gets it. He starts living in the ever-present moment, the only way … More But what happens on February 3rd?
Updated from the original post on The Patient Path – December 16, 2016 Acknowledging the Sad Passing of Someone Who Had Time Enough to Live Her Dream: Cindy Stowell, “Jeopardy!” Champion JEOPARDY PRODUCTIONS, INC., VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS ‘Jeopardy!’ Champion Dies Before She Could See Her Triumph on TV See Original Story 12/16/16 By DANIEL VICTOR Last Friday, it … More Living Her Life in “Jeopardy” Before Colon Cancer Claimed Her
“I only ask to be free. The butterflies are free. Mankind will surely not deny to [me] what it concedes to the butterflies!” Charles Dickens, Bleak House. If you’re not familiar with Bleak House, which is one of the most complex—and one of the most rewarding—of Dickens’ novels, perhaps you’ve heard this quotation in Butterflies Are Free, a 1972 film (based … More Illness Is Not Identity: Butterflies Are Free