Date of publication: 2017-08-27 15:15
What happened afterwards is, on the way Sal changed his decision
and made up his mind to explore deserts instead and headed for Egypt, but everyone
else back at home kept on waiting for Sal, waiting with all their lives t o
know what happened to the great guy who had risked his college education for the Amazon.
When Braden's t-cell count jumped overnight, Stephanie confronted Bailey about it and Bailey confirmed to her that she had done the treatment without consent. 
What is the point of absurdist literature? The value lies in the exploration of human existence and the universal philosophical questions that the majority of individuals ask themselves.
In some cases, to win the contract you may need to offer new services that give patients choices they don x7569 t already have. For example, if no one in your community offers after-hours services, weekend hours, workplace services, house calls, etc., consider offering them.
What was the point of it all? Twin brother dead, parents gone, what did it all mean? Without his twin he was only half a man. Half a what, he thought? Was I really a man then? Am I more of a man now? Who knows what is a man? What if I’m really a woman stuck in a man’s body? What if I’m a man stuck in a woman’s mind stuck in a man’s body? He decided he liked his body. Did that mean he was really comfortable in it, or was it just conditioning? No, he decided, he really liked his body. Did that mean he really liked other men’s bodies? He found he couldn’t decide. Why couldn’t he decide? Was he denying something or was he really unsure?
If you ask him if he is happy with himself, Sal will answer,
“Well I never gave that a thought!’. That’s the best thing about Sal, he never
gives anything any thought of any kid. He just kind of makes it through without
thinking. When in college he was given this homework on the great forest Amazon,
Sal invested all his savings and left for Amazon, putting college education at
When the non-fraternization policy was introduced, Jo immediately assumed that Stephanie had filed the claim that led to the policy being enacted. 
Steve, the sentences that made me see the pointlessness of it were 8775 Who could he twin with no? Could he find someone else to be his twin. 8776 It 8767 s poignant.
Hey JacHeart, thanks so much. It was a fifteen minute free write, and I took a little time to clean up some of the 8775 I ams 8776 that were out of place. It 8767 s a spoken style, so I just found my rhythm and almost swayed to the beat while I wrote. There is so much page convention you can break when you feel it like a song or like a spoken piece. Most importantly, don 8767 t second-guess your voice as it comes out. Whatever your inner editor has to say about what it looks like or flows like doesn 8767 t matter until your fingers stop writing. Give it a go, no rules!
When given a choice, patients use a variety of factors to help them determine where they will receive their health care. Quality of care is one important determinant, but it x7569 s extremely difficult for patients to assess. Instead, they often rely on proxy measures.
That night in bed, while he is reading The Economist and I am writing a chapter two of story I had left for unsalvageable I announce that I found my mojo.
In the end, each life is no more than the sum of contingent facts, a chronicle of chance intersections, of ﬂukes, of random events that divulge nothing but their own lack of purpose.