Hospital -3- next morning
I walked to the window and saw a slim moon sickle in the east before sunrise.
The city's shiny cold skyscrapers to the west, temples to greed and corruption. If they were for human's benefits they'd look warmer, more humane, right?
The man in the bed next to the window was staring at the moon, too. Korean nurse Michael is tending to patients.
Another day, another opportunity for the New Zealand public health system to make do.
I imagine that the untold millions "earned" in commerce are not taxed enough. I remember doctor Lawrence telling me that we have only two ct-scanners for the whole hospital, not "like canada where they have one on every floor".