Birthdays In Absentio

David C

I’m a physician that often bridges very dif­fer­ent worlds. Voca­tion­ally, my foci are in inter­nal med­i­cine and pedi­atrics. Geo­graph­i­cally, I grew up in the sub­urbs but was invited and lived "on the block". Eth­ni­cally, I’m Asian and Amer­i­can. Socially, I’m an intro­vert that enjoys pub­lic speak­ing (mainly as a plat­form for ideals). Polit­i­cally, I lean center-left but have deep Evangelical Chris­t­ian roots. Aca­d­e­m­i­cally, I’ve stud­ied engi­neer­ing, med­i­cine, and health pol­icy. Faith-wise, I am decid­edly Christian.

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3 Responses

  1. joooolie says:

    I’ve heard it’s how you go on that defines you. And of course not everyone can deal with this stuff on a daily basis. Does it necessarily mean that you’re becoming desensitized or are you just building up a healthy boundary to keep yourself sane?

  2. Anonymous says:

    It does make me sad that I see very few of my friends on a regular basis. And it’s annoying when they nag me to get text on my phone and I refuse b/c I prefer to hear a voice rather than get a two second text…

  3. Anonymous says:

    you’re not morbid. in dealing with the reality of death, it is there that we learn what it means to be alive. have you seen this film, Departures? if you ever have a free moment , rent it. the film’s thesis is very similar to your xanga post actually, except it’s in Japanese and 2 hours or so longer.

    and i love the psalms =)

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