Trying to be sarcastic about sarcoidosis or small cell cancer doesn’t go over well with family facing my father’s deteriorating health condition.
Instead, I follow the advice, relayed, of looking up terminology and longterm acute care services through popular search engine technology.
My mother’s health, viewed closely by my sister, is at stake.
One whole thousand years from now, the details of this day are lost to modern memory, despite mass media portrayal of ubiquitous surveillance fighting against sousveillance.
I wonder how many people are unaware of factual existence not supported by fantasies, dreams, delusions and skewed beliefs.
Can we see without labeling?
Can we live in the moment without overlaying illusions?
How do we remove the “we” to be the [super]sets of states of energy that constantly interact?
And, in so doing, how do I help [to] direct medically-trained professionals toward resolving rather than speculating about [the root cause(s) of] the set of issues dogging my father on a daily basis?
All in an effort to clear my thoughts to focus on life decades and centuries from now through data-driven projections of fluctuating trends recorded in a blog/storyline?
First Rule of STEM School: Never, ever, extract or extend the results of conjecture and/or analysis toward infinity. Safely assume trends are at cross-purposes and will either reach equilibrium or pull one another apart. Or both. Or neither. All at the same time.