If you googled anything today, you probably saw it: the AIDS red ribbon. Usually, Cornell hangs the quilted tapestry of remembrance. I always get emotional looking at the pictures, reading the words and asking myself the same question over and over again, “When it’s all over, what will people say about you? Who on that day will remember what a hole you left in their life?”
My friend posted this video earlier.
Universal Access. I think people shy away from terms like ‘Universal Access” or “Universal Coverage”, because it requires those who have (and make the decisions) to give up a little of what they have, so that we can all have. Is it because we think some deserve more than others?