Sticking My Nose In
And little while ago, I wrote a post for HealthCentral about health care reform and got an interesting comment on it. Someone felt that as a Canadian, I had no right to express an opinion on a
And it's a position that puzzles me. I'm not necessarily speaking about health care reform, which rather surprisingly appears to be as divisive as the Vietnam war, but that statement. That other people in the world have no business thinking or speaking about an internal national issue.
John Donne said "no man is an island, entire of itself, every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main." Doesn't that go for nations, too?
This weekend, summer finally arrived in
But nevermind actual armed or political responses. Isn't any change process enriched by multiple viewpoints? Do you not have a better chance of creating a good product if you look at different models of whatever you’re trying to change and engage in a dialogue with people who have different ideas and experiences?
Or is that just me?