Being the victim of a robbery highlights our inherent helplessness in an inexorably changing world
It was on the cusp of winter in southern France. As president of an international health care organisation, I had been in Geneva and decided to have a few days in a village near Avignon. Up to that time, the trip had had its moments.
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