I think it's no exaggeration to say that we are living in a crisis right now. This crisis shakes our beliefs, separates us from each other, isolates us. In front of the uncertainty, I see only one way out: get back to basics. For me, the basics lie in my family, friends, and especially my childhood dreams: heal the world! When we get back to the basics, we start to think more calmly, more accurately. We reconnect with the world, the living, and with ourselves. Be a vet, and continue to heal the world.
Dr. Vet Med, MSc., PhD, Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine. Exotic and wildlife veterinarian, Author, Lecturer in personal development
Lawrence Thomas Dodi and Rachel Lucy Nixon are veterinarians from the United Kingdom. They will start their journey from Liverpool, England to Liverpool, Uruguay on 2th of October 2021. They are driving to set a world record for the longest journey in an ambulance for charity. Peggy Sue is their four-legged travel companion. She is going to travel with Lawrence and Rachel through all of Europe and potentially beyond...
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