I am a retired pediatrician, living now as a widower,  in Montreal, Quebec. I have three children and five grandchildren, all of whom live here. I keep busy by swimming almost every day (about 22 laps), doing some journal work as and Associate Scientific Editor, writing blogs and other such stuff, visiting sick friends, and the like. As well I continue to struggle to play the clarinet better; likewise, the piano. I do some gardening and before covid hit, I spent much happy time at our Nest in the Adirondacks. I am nearing age 90 but most days I feel much younger, thanks to some good genes my Dad gave me. I have lived in Toronto, Boston, Rochester, London Canada and London England. I was happily married for nearly 60 years. 

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  1. John Doe says:

    You’ve worked extensively with and for kids throughout your career, and you grew up and studied at a simpler time where people actually loved and cared about each other, so my question to you is what happened to our world? When has empathy eclipsed our being and is considered meekness, why are all my colleagues cut throat and seem to care only for their short term goals regardless of how it affects others. Is this temporary mass hysteria? Or is it the new rules of the game? How can a decent person climb the ladder and do good when his soul keeps getting crushed by the cruelty of others.

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