“With malice toward none, with charity for all…” by Abraham Lincoln

Quote: “The final prayer [of Abraham Lincoln] heralds a new beginning: “With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds…to achieve lasting peace among all nations.”

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胭脂雪 by 東北餡餃子&繪愫《琵琶 / 古箏 / Zither / Guzheng / Pipa / Lute》

I love it: this one “胭脂雪 by 東北餡餃子&繪愫《琵琶 / 古箏 / Zither / Guzheng / Pipa / Lute》” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAqOKs2t4Vs Lyrics: 鑌:你的淚滿天飛舞 我在躊躇該不該停下腳步   怕你義無反顧 怕你愛的辛苦 怕你不給自己留一點退路 娜:我不怕辛苦 只怕留不住 你的掌心殘留的溫度   如果天涯我背負 一輩子的孤獨 我只想你抱著我哭 鑌:前世欠的債 今生總要還 讓我陪你走完這一段 娜:我不怕承擔 全世界都背叛 是你讓我沒有了遺憾 合:哪天夜裡下每一場胭脂雪 你和我都模糊了視線   人有悲歡離合 月有陰晴圓缺 愛自古難全 鑌:你的淚滿天飛舞 我在躊躇該不該停下腳步   怕你義無反顧 怕你愛的辛苦 怕你不給自己留一點退路 […]

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“Doctors Tell All—and It’s Bad” by Meghan O’Rourke

Quote: “Terrence Holt, a geriatric specialist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, describes the situation in Internal Medicine, fictional fables based on his residency:

Any patient in a hospital, when we take their clothes away and lay them in a bed, starts to lose identity; after a few days, they all start to merge into a single passive body, distinguishable … only by the illnesses that brought them there…”

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