No Hero Left Unsung
There are few things more inspirational than someone making a positive difference without the need for recognition – but you have to find them first.
James Strachan |
When I visited Dublin for the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering’s (ISPE) European conference, I was pleased to find a copy of W.B Yeats’ collected poems sat on the bedside table in my hotel room. I’ve read more than one article pointing out the relevance of a famous line in The Second Coming to current times: “Things fall apart; the center cannot hold.” But I think that’s taking things a bit too far – after all, Yeats wrote the poem in the wake of the first world war, the Russian revolution and political upheaval in his native Ireland. Instead, I’d like to reflect on another line in the poem: “The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.”
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