COOL AND COMPOSED

a writing by James Stephen Thompson

Cool And Composed

1 Peter 5 v 1-4 The elders who are among you I exhort, I who am a fellow elder and a witness of the sufferings of Christ, and also a partaker of the glory that will be revealed: Shepherd the flock of God which is among you, serving as overseers, not by compulsion but willingly, not for dishonest gain but eagerly; nor as being lords over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock; and when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the crown of glory that does not fade away.

On the western outskirts of the centre of the city of Nottingham, and not very far from the main entrance onto the grounds of what we know today as the Nottingham University Hospital or otherwise the QMC (Queens Medical Centre), the shuttle bus entering onto the grounds, would be arriving so to at the main entrance into the building, distribute its NHS passengers who would have departed from the General Hospital upon Park Row within the City Centre. The reason of the journey, would be to so safely deliver medical items apart from staff members, where their reason would naturally be, one would believe, a specific reason or reasons relating to the subject health.

It would be whilst over towards the western hemisphere and at the stage of entering the developed construction of the central structure or the Accident and Emergency Department, an argumentative section of the constructed building would be come across and viewed whilst passing through. Entering the brain as various members of staff fired their remarks and suggestions backwards and forwards unto each other, would come the idea, the theme tune of the film; The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, together with a statement of words unto; “the two can take a life quicker than one,” With my mind now thinking back to my period of employment and the number of deaths that could have been witnessed. Through three members of administrative female staff being my judgment, I stated unto the 24/7 Accident and Emergency staff members accountable; “bet ya I know who was responsible for that: “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.””

I carried on walking into the building, together with the theme tune now passing through my mind and the verse from the bible; James 1 v 12 Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him. It had been through my experience on various occasions of the days gone by, the correct style of music was what today is required. It was then that the aspect to the meaning whilst entering through within together with the imagination of sound and listening to conversations going on, were plans of a transfer to a transfer centre, which should begin with patients with an abnormal mentation; and the return to mind; “two can take a life quicker than one.

Meanwhile once I was making progress, I was to detect my way to the required meeting room up on the E Floor I had been informed. A meeting, all so as to hopefully make a breakthrough and so too I suppose, reach a pinpoint of getting our hands onto the equivalent of two-hundred thousand dollars. Nevertheless, the path of finding was still to be proved, and before coming to a close of either highness or otherwise burial.

It was when all those expected had found their way to the reserved room on E Floor, the word ‘engaged’ had soon come to pass and now appeared on the door unto the equivalent of I suppose; a boardroom as the meeting progressed. There were three members of the team however that were not showing much in ways of interest. Their names being Sarah, Sandy and Sue, who each sat at their place of honour engaged with the sound from their hands, whilst under deep concentration, of their swards or knitting needles tapping and tunnelling as their intention of achievement through more balls of wool entering into use, extended. Farewell and peace it so seemed as the words; Greet one another with a kiss of love, were the words now stepping forward into the mind. They would often enough, declare their decision by simply stating unto all the male members at the table who had no intension of loosing their intensity of success; “Cool!” Cool!”

It is at such a stage when such thoughts to understand the three of them would come the title of the good, the bad and the ugly, as passing through their minds would be of a cashmere interest. “Cool,” was again the regular word stated unto all at the table. The head leader then mentioned his bit of what the attempt was all about and, to find the appropriate way between floors A to E so to discover that hidden donation of two-hundred thousand dollars.

“Coo…” Sarah suddenly dropped her knitting together with the needles or swords and mention of her response also as she peered with a beam upon her face unto the leader, leaving the other two continuing to knit with what appeared to be their swords and now what did appear to be; nets taking shape. The meeting was coming to a close when Sarah stated with a positive response; “I felt a shiver go up my spine.” Each of the remaining two female members meanwhile, each of them attempting to get caught in the net by taking life faster so it seemed, had now caught the attention as each through the quality of being under great coolness and composure whilst under such strain, closed and pressured their latest attempt of I suppose; a style of a cool net through aid of their firing gear or sword, back into their own body bag together with a message from the Chairman; “by the number of times we have gone round the table, we should each be knighted by aid of those swords.”




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