Finding Spring
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
1y ago
Voices in Humanism Finding Spring Each year, when spring arrives, we often see the budding flowers first. We are being welcomed back into warm and sunny days so it is time to dust off the bicycle. Somehow, we feel healthier and happier when on a bike exploring the world anew. Jeanie Croope Artist, photographer, blogger, community volunteer WKAR Public Broadcasting, Retired Friend of Voices in Humanism ..read more
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A Child’s Treasure
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
1y ago
Voices in Humanism A Child’s Treasure A child’s treasure passed down from father to daughter, drawn in charcoal, an equally timeless medium. Erica Dale, B.S. Biology The Ohio State University Class of 2023 Humanism in Medicine Executive Board President 2022-2023 ..read more
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The Dawn of a New Year
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
1y ago
Voices in Humanism The Dawn of a New Year As this new year dawns, we were struck by the sight of this morning’s sunrise at our New Hampshire home. The colors against the winter sky seemed to send a message about the new year. Exactly what that message is, only time will reveal but may it portend a year of generosity and gratitude. Nature’s beauty is a gift we are given. Kindness and generosity are gifts we can all give to each other. Louise Dierker, MD, MPH, MM, MFA OSU College of Medicine Class of 1967 Photographer Following a career in medicine as a psychoanalyst, Dr. Dierker pursued her lo ..read more
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A Welcome Winter Visitor
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
1y ago
Voices in Humanism A Welcome Winter Visitor It is the holidays that help us welcome the winter months with a smile. Whatever holidays we celebrate, winter’s beauty is there to decorate. The bright red appearance of the cardinal is a joyful sight for any holiday. Definitely time to make sure the bird feeder is filled to the brim. Jeanie Croope Artist, photographer, blogger, community volunteer WKAR Public Broadcasting, Retired Friend of Voices in Humanism ..read more
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Reflections on the Country Doctor: A Slice of History with a Personal Connection
Historical Reflections: The Medical Heritage Center Blog
by rodgers.102@osu.edu
1y ago
Reflections on the Country Doctor: A Slice of History with a Personal ConnectionBy Phil Sparling As kids growing up in the 1950s, my brother, sister and I looked forward to Sunday and holiday visits to our paternal grandparents’ home in London, a small town 25 miles west of our house in Columbus. My father was a surgeon and his father was a country doctor. The London home at 60 N Main Street was special because it was like a castle: huge and old, three stories with a turret, balconies, long hallways, and secret stairways, most of which were off-limits. Then there were the doting aunts, my ..read more
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Early Autumn Medley
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
2y ago
Voices in Humanism Early Autumn Medley Autumn begins to peek into the green of summer with the promise of crisp days and healthy walks. The camera calls us to capture the emerging color and the world becomes a photographer’s dream. I love finding the pumpkins and the flowers and then feeling the fall air, all of which reminds us of the beauty of the seasons. Jeanie Croope Artist, Photographer, Blogger, Community Volunteer WKAR Public Broadcasting, Retired Friend of Voices in Humanism ..read more
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Morgan’s Forge
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
2y ago
Voices in Humanism Morgan’s Forge Watercolor on Paper “A mile to the east on the wooded path, you will find a charming pub, a classic country churchyard and WWI grave, well-tended regardless of the season. Down the hill to the south, past steep vistas of grazing sheep, relax at yet another warm and welcoming pub. And, when day is done, come home to a cozy cottage in Milford, outside Bath, England, where a cozy fire and a good book help bring a wonderful day to a close. A little bit of heaven on earth.” Jeanie Croope Artist, Photographer, Blogger, Community Volunteer themarmeladegypsy.blogspot ..read more
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Historic Harrisville, New Hampshire
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
2y ago
Voices in Humanism Historic Harrisville, New Hampshire “This town is an amazing gem and right next door to Nelson, where we live. Indeed, at one point, it was part of Nelson! Separated out after the Civil War, to become a separate commercial entity, centered around the mill.” This image is from the Storehouse in Historic Harrisville, where Dr. Dierker has a little studio. Here is the link to the website where you can enjoy L.A. Dierker Explores the Sounds of Harrisville: https://www.historicharrisville.org Louise Dierker, MD, MPH, MM, MFA OSU College of Medicine Class of 1967 Photographer Fol ..read more
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OR Mishap Cartoon
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
2y ago
Voices in Humanism OR Mishap Cartoon This one really happened! As a student witnessing this, I remember wondering if the surgeon intentionally tied his surgical scrubs too loosely…because he sure seemed to enjoy wiggling his hips when the nurse pulled his pants back up. Debbi Silverman, M.D., Certified Wellcoach(R), C.W.C., C.G.P., retired Wellness Coaching/HeartMath/Functional Medicine consultations Public Speaker/MediaTrainer Cincinnati, OH ..read more
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Hellebore
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by rodgers.102@osu.edu
2y ago
Voices in Humanism Hellebore A winter reminder Annual gift of life and hope From an absent friend Eileen Mehl Boelsckevy Director of Student Engagement, Retired 2015 Distinguished Staff Award, The Ohio State University ..read more
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