A Question of Being: First Thoughts on A Circle of Quiet

Published Categorised as Philosophy, Writings

Brain injury throws the question of “Who am I?” into chaos. According to Madeleine L’Engle in her memoir A Circle of Quiet, the self is becoming. Not static but ever changing. Brain injury both reverses and accelerates this process and asks of us a question of being.

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Brain injury grief is

extraordinary grief

research proves

needs healing.