Throughout the years I have been practicing I have heard so many different personal stories, that sometimes I think to myself that if I ever was able to write a novel based on those, I’m sure it would have have been a big hit! (Maybe I will do one day… by changing the names in order to ensure anonymity to my clients!!!) The stories I remember the most are the stories which are somehow related with issues around health, maybe because Heath is the most important element in life… Or maybe because I have heard so many stories already… It is a perfectly understandable reaction for people to try to make sense, to try and give an explanation behind problems related to health and that seems very appropriate at all times but… sometimes it seems to me that… they just loose time. Sometimes what is hidden behind these problems, frustration, sorrow is just the need to listen and become open. Sometimes it seems to me that these kind of experiences can change people, when everything else has failed in the past; they can help people to see themselves and others from a larger possible perspective, as opposed of getting caught up on their own personal dimension in life. Perhaps sometimes it is not important to have all the answers in life; because what we might discover today might not be valid tomorrow, but maybe we should just accept what comes in life. After all those years I have begun to wonder if the secret of living well is not in having all the answers but in pursuing unanswerable questions in good company!