Wading Through Widowhood: Here’s to health

The room was not particularly romantic. Situated on the fourth floor of the Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba, it was ward No. 5 in the Neurology Department.

June 26, 2014 10:55
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An MRI machine being assembled. (photo credit: REUTERS)

There are three kinds of conditionals in the English language. The first is the possible and probable type: “If you study, you will pass the test.” Fulfill the condition, and the result will surely follow. The second is impossible, or improbable: “If I were you, I would go.”

I can never be you. “If I win the lottery, I will buy you a farm on Main Street,” as my late mom used to like to say. It’s not going to happen.


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