This is the last of this year’s 30 Days of September postings. There has been one posted every day this month, and each one has focused on something ‘New.’
They’ve been a lot of fun to write, and my hope is that they have been interesting and provocative, without ever being dismissive or derogatory.
So I’d like to close off this year’s offerings with some wisdom from one of the great Roman Stoic philosophers, Marcus Aurelius (121-180AD):
We were born to work together like feet, hands, and eyes, like the two rows of teeth, upper and lower. To obstruct each other is unnatural. To feel anger at someone, to turn your back on him: these are obstructions (From Meditations).
Remember tomorrow is a new day and a new opportunity to make things better, or at least to try.
Thank you to those of you who have voted for these posts. If you’d like us to follow up on one of these ideas with you, keep voting. We’ll try to follow up on this in the coming weeks as the site grows and grows.
Keep spreading the word about the Network: our constitution will tell strangers everything they need to know about who we are and what we do.
Most of all, never stop trying to be a ‘positive force for an otherwise physiotherapy.’