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      I listened to a talk today, about how the mind is never satisfied, it never gets enough. Most of us have this problem. The mind is never content, because it never finds what it truly needs, lasting happiness….and that is something that will never be found outside of us because, every thing

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I think it is the latest rage, Buddhamania. He’s everywhere now….all over blogs like tinybuddha, buddhist blog rings, Buddha blog, even Buddha dog animal massage! The zen of it all. What’s the draw? Face it-Buddha is a cool dude. Just sitting there all day with his head in heaven and still grounded in the earth.

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This was one of the rules where I stayed, near the Haitian tent camp last week. Although I was sleeping in a tent, I had access to toilets and to conserve precious water this sign was posted over the toilets. I admit it, I broke the rule a couple of times. I don’t mind peeing

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It’s my first time. blogging on a cell phone pad. I’m now in Dallas and about to catch a fly to Miami ending the first leg of this trip to Haiti. I’m headed back for another week, this time joining a medical team already in place. I had to sign a 5 page waiver to

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There are lots of books on the subject, and I’ve read a few of them. But what I like to do when I see an old couple in the urgent care is to ask them how long they’ve been married, and what’s their secret. The responses are varied, but often start to repeat, after asking

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I saw a woman in the urgent care with an infected leg. She was obese, diabetic, and there with her friend. “My leg is infected again” she said. both legs were swollen, and had dark purplish skin over the front part of her lower legs. The sign of chronic edema and stasis changes. But the

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I remember one Christmas in grade school when I wanted a microscope, and I got one. I remember because it was the same year one of my sisters got a little electic organ(and I mean little!), which is what she was begging for. These were “big items” to us, and to our parents at the time.

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A follow-up to my post from a few weeks ago, “This Was Their Lucky Day.” Thanks to donations from a few friends, I was able to wire some money to Haiti, and 3 kids now get to go to grade school  for a year. Since the earthquake, these 3 kids, their parents and a grandparent

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Max is the last of the trilogy. He’s 13 and a half and that’s pretty old for a Lab-mix. As we were walking on his morning walk today I realized how much I appreciate all he’s done for me. At one time I had 3 dogs, and they were all special in their own way.

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We think we plan out things, that we have control of our life. But actually we control very little. I believe that what happens to us is part of a grander plan. There is no coincidence. We may think we have moments of synchronicity, but in fact every moment is. Every single second is happening 

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About Me

I graduated from the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. My classical Homeopathy training was completed in 2008 at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. When not working, I enjoy travelling the world, visiting other countries and cultures. Photography, gardening and hiking are my hobbies.

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Phone:(602) 320-5181
Location: Near 15th Ave & Thomas, Central Phoenix.
Email: gmeyer28@cox.net