Keeping Your Sanity and Maintaining Your Morality in a Crazy Corrupt University Setting

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in Philosophy, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Keeping Your Sanity and Maintaining Your Morality in a Crazy Corrupt University Setting

KEEPING YOUR SANITY AND MAINTAINING YOUR MORALITY IN A CRAZY, CORRUPT UNIVERSITY SETTING.                                  Philip Ney MD 26/1/11   Sad Facts: 1)     Some Christians drop out of university from fatigue. They become tired from trying to fight off doubts and despair. 2)     Some Christians with impossibly bright hopes of changing the world can’t deal with the disillusionment. 3)     Some Christians dissociate. They split their religious from their academic life, studying and partying like everyone else, then attending church to...

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Why God is so disgusted with North America

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Theology, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Why God is so disgusted with North America


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Our Lives in the Balance Part II

Posted by on Feb 20, 2016 in Euthanasia, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Our Lives in the Balance Part II

  OUR LIVES IN THE BALANCE Part II For the Parliamentary Committee on Palliative and Compassionate Care by Philip G. Ney MD, FRCP(C) for Mount Joy College 20/11/10 SUMMARY The Essential Dilemma Unlike any other species, episodically humans seem to want to destroy themselves. They have come close to doing so. In fact there are at least 50 cultures of which there is now no trace; people, language, art are all gone. Even now, humans are painfully aware they have the weapons of destruction that could obliterate all life on earth. It will only take a nuclear accident, some apparently...

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Posted by on Feb 20, 2016 in Poetry and Prose, Uncategorized | Comments Off on AN OLD MARINER NAVIGATING HOMEWARD

Far across the troubled ocean, I think a light I see. A green light or is it red a’winking out at me? Should I swing to starboard or steer my ship to port? Somewhere in spray dimmed waters is the harbour I now court. It is not easy to know what’s right from what is mostly wrong. When I was young and restless, I always had a song. Where have gone the noble ones our poor country needs? How discern a good crop from all these thorny weeds? I wish I had my dear old mum to sit with me anew. I long to hear my brave old pa singing from his pew. Oh God please now guide me to my longed for...

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ISN’T SHE BEAUTIFUL- A play on words

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Satires, Uncategorized | Comments Off on ISN’T SHE BEAUTIFUL- A play on words

Isn’t she beautiful Players: G= God     J= Jesus. HS= Holy Spirit Much like her mother. How old now Michael? I would say about 12 wks. More precisely, 84 days, 4 hrs, 15 min. and 42 sec. plus or minus a few millisecs. Smiling at His beloved son. Where is his dad? Over there, behind that tree weeping his heart out. Hey man, get over there and love your woman. Larry. Oh God I don’t know where you are but don’t let her do this. G Do what young man? Who said that? I must be hearing voices. My Doc said I would if I stopped my meds. Do what young man? This is weird but I may as well...

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Letter to the Editor- Abortion as Medecine

Posted by on Sep 14, 2007 in Letters to the Editor, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Philip G. Ney, MD, MA, FRCPC, RPsych © September 17, 2007 Re: Abortion as Medicine: Response to Andrea Mrozek’s piece in the National Post Ms. Mrozek made a brave attempt to tackle a very touchy subject but missed some essential features.  The most salient and most often forgotten of these is that because abortion is a medical procedure, performed by medical personal, in medical facilities and paid for by medical funds, it must come under all the constraints imposed on the practice of medicine by the medical profession and by the government.  It should, but for some curious reason it...

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