- 1 Post By csheywood
I am reading a book "Healing Words" ---The power of prayer and the practice of medicine writen by Larry Dossey.
I am citing some sentences as follows:
" The impulse to do when sick is understandable--to take the antibiotic with a cold's first sniffles, to rush to surgery, and so on--and a certain amount of doing is always valuable and can even be lifesaving. But doing must also be supplemented by being--looking inward, examing, focusing, wondering, asking. Being and doing are not incompatible; they can and should coexist."
My question is: what is the meaning of Being here?
Thank you for your time and help in advance.
He uses the verb 'to be' since he is describing the state of the human reaction in illnesss.
Originally Posted by yuheci
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