Re-Blogged: Why You Should Be Wrestling With the Idea of “Handouts” in Healthcare

As most of you know, the older I get (and although I have everything I am supposed to have and more in place),the more I obsess and worry about what will happen to DC when I am gone. There are days when that is all that I think about and days when I just can’t bear to think about it.
This is a very hard read (emotionally) and it took me a few tries to get through it, but it is an important read…
Don’t be afraid to share it.
via: Running Through Water


“I read a story this morning in the news about a woman in Texas who stopped on the side of the road to chat with a homeless man.  Her curiosity got the best of her since she passed him in the exact same spot on the side of the road four times a day for three years. You can see it here.  He was very thin, unshaven, filthy.  We’ve all passed “him” on the side of the road, haven’t we?”


Continue Reading: Clutching at the Heels of the Disabled: Why You Should Be Wrestling With the Idea of “Handouts” in Healthcare