24th May 2024

Reply To: “Brain storms” by Jon Palfreman (Year 2)

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Brain Storms’ by Jon Palfreman was really interesting book. This literaly change my perspective of being ill. Of course is bad for you, especially with such problematic disease as Parkinson’s one, but maybe,just maybe, your illness may give hope or even cure to thousands of people in the Future. When i was reading about that disease i was even curious for a second – “what if i could have this disease”. Then i asked myself further – “what if i could have been the patient zero, the first one officially diagnosed. Of course – especially now, with covid-19 everywhere around us – no one should think about being ill. This book even detailes how intimidate this disease really is. And even then i wonder, what person with so little control of their very own body ( without L-dopa of course) may think or feel. Maybe this is my confusing logic to argue about how strong impact those chapters have of my analitycal thinking. I am gonna definitely read rest of the book immdiately.