Title: Time and (not) again
Thank goodness it’s Friday again!
Don’t know about you, but this week passed quickly and no one is complaining.
Time is an odd thing indeed, however.
It’s a man made construct, and humanity in a sense is governed by it.
It’s gotten to the point that financial traders in Europe use an atomic clock.
This clock pinpoints a trade to the millisecond for a natural system of checks and balances.
Time is also something cancer patients simply do not have.
The late, great historian, Angelo Bissessarsingh knew he was on borrowed time, and made every allowance, thank god, for us unworthy people to spend a little more time with his magnificent brain.
Angelo said the battle of cancer was a race against time, just to get more time.
So it seems no one is in a rush to save people’s lives.
CEO of the South West Regional Authority, Anil Gosine has admitted an oversight in their hiring process.
This is after one pharmacist left to go to Tobago.
Ok. Leaving one pharmacist to mix chemo drugs. Okkkkk.
Who then goes on sick leave. What?
So persons are coming for medication to give them some more time.
And are coming on a daily basis to get the medication, and be turned away.
What a waste of time when they have so little left!
And when they get the meds, does it make sense or is it just too late?
They don’t have time.
We need to give them more.
Along with courtesy.
And their medication.