Tag Archives: Jesus Christ

Empathy and the Volkswagen Fox Effect

The trials we suffer in righteousness make us more empathetic to others. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD I once had a girlfriend who drove an old Volkswagen Fox. Before I started spending so much time with her I had never … Continue reading

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Christmas, Upside-Down

Has your Christmas been turned upside-down? You’re in good company. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD One of my family traditions, started when my oldest kids were little, is to illustrate the Christmas story from the Bible, one scene at a … Continue reading

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Going Off Course

We don’t want to reach the finish line and then discover that we have skipped part of the trail. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Recently I ran a trail half marathon near Bryce Canyon, and I have been thinking about … Continue reading

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Firsthand Knowledge

Some things are best learned through experience. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD I’m a firm believer in subjecting myself to the same things I put my patients through – within reason, of course. (Admittedly this would be a harder ideal to … Continue reading

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