This evening, I have been trawling through some back issues of the BMJ (British Medical Journal), summarising the main issues for our study group in preparation for our exams.
The BMJ has the occasional ""Endpieces"" - small snippets at the end of articles, mainly to fill space, also to provoke thought and reflection.
In the July 8th 2006 issue, on of the endpieces contains this Native American saying:
""If you can make a friend of your illness, it will reward you a thousand-fold"".
Comments? Discussion points?