In this category are any writings by Hole Ousia that are about or share the goal of improving well-being. There is no objective divide between two cultures of ‘science and humanities’ and this will be reflected in this category

Full page advert in the BMJ

GP edition of the BMJ, 26 September 2020.

First do no harm

This is the opening of an Editorial published in the British Journal of General Practice, October 2020. The Cumberlege Review can be read in full here.

Dunblane Cathedral reopens

During the lockdown I regularly walked the Darn road, by the Allan Water, to Dunblane. What follows is based on exploring ‘the local’ as widely as I could! A garden … Continue reading Dunblane Cathedral reopens

‘Another me exists and is wandering loose out in the world’

This is from  t h e  s c a n d a l  o f  t h e  c e nt u r y  by Gabriel García Márquez:

The gardener of Finca Vigia

This is from  t h e  s c a n d a l  o f  t h e  c e nt u r y  by Gabriel García Márquez:

María of My Heart

This is from  t h e  s c a n d a l  o f  t h e  c e nt u r y  by Gabriel García Márquez: Many years … Continue reading María of My Heart

‘Battle for the Wallace Monument’

As reported in the Stirling Observer, 16 September 2020. Did you know that there was an even greater ‘battle’ over the Wallace Monument which goes back over 160 years – … Continue reading ‘Battle for the Wallace Monument’

HOME and AWAY

Yesterday I took Big Ted with me yesterday to Glasgow. I was not there for any reason other than to wander and observe. I was exploring the West end area … Continue reading HOME and AWAY

“Might be seen as . . .”

The above – partial quote – comes from the following closing paragraph of an Editorial that has been published in the current edition of the British Journal of General Practice: … Continue reading “Might be seen as . . .”