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He enjoyed the heady feel of success as he ascended up the ladder, knowing and learning quickly which side the bread was buttered. And also learned whose feathers not to ruffle, and whom to cozy with. His publications list swelled, his invitations to CMEs and as speaker at other forums increased. All the time what he had learnt from his bosses served as a torchbearer. He himself had bright students. They looked up to him in open-mouthed awe. He gave them research projects, got them stipends, but saw to it that he became the principal author.
They quietly acquiesced, since they wanted to remain in favour. It served both parties very well indeed. Awards, orations, posts, groupism, politics, became his major activity. Bright students handled research in any case, so that was taken care of.
A cozy relationship with pharmaceutical companies looked after all expenses of attending conferences, and even organising them. So Regional, then National and later even International ones followed one after the other, adding feathers to his cap. Research done by his Department always kept up with current trends, and quoted extensively from numerous authorities abroad.
Name and fame were not far behind. It was fashionable to sound like a thinker so a couple of papers on ancient Indian concepts in mental health were written, while seeing to it no serious foray into any allied field occurred, for psychiatry had to always stress and re-stress its linkage with its parent branch—medicine.
One more opportunity lost for Indian psychiatry to make its mark in the field of world psychiatry. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.
Journal List Mens Sana Monogr v. Today he teaches at a Free State primary school. GroundUp recently published the story of the Sibhozo brothers. They have lost both their parents and are living in abject poverty. To encourage the Sibhozo brothers and other children in similar situations, Johannes wrote a comment on the article:. This story is similar to what I experienced with my brother.
We also lived in a shack with holes. When it was raining water came inside. Our Mother passed away in I was in Grade 4 with my brother. We lived with our Grandmother too. She passed away in Life became very hard. We survived with profit my brother made by selling cigarettes. The only food we knew was brown half loaf.
My brother failed matric but I managed to pass with merit. Today I am a teacher. I completed my degree in and graduated in I also completed honours last year in curriculum studies [and] graduated last week at UFS. I write this about myself to encourage the boy in Grade 9 to never give up. Poverty can be defeated. His brother Mpho is a fruit and vegetable vendor. He told his story to us to encourage the Sibhozo brothers.
Escaping poverty: One young man’s story
One Young Man The simple and true story of a clerk who enlisted in , who fought on the western front for nearly two years, was severely wounded at and . The following story is reprinted from a book titled "One day I was fine. A book about grief and AIDS" - (F. Ennis, B. Boland, H. Murphy , p. ). It talks. Mosifane Johannes lost his parents by the time he was He grew up in poverty . Today he teaches at a Free State primary school. GroundUp.