Saturday, July 29, 2006

In praise of uncertainty

The usually sound Howard Jacobson’s piece in the Independent today is entitled “Life without certainties is good for your health - but don't take my word for it” (If you don’t subscribe to their portfolio service it’ll cost you a quid to read all but two paragraphs of it (or £1.40 to buy the paper))

With particular reference to “the extraordinarily convoluted and seemingly-intractable ongoing middle-eastern human tragedy” (as I put it in a comment on Iain Dale’s site) Jacobson writes about the dangers of certainty. Bad for the heart by all accounts.......

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