Philip Gabriel "Phil" Gould (born 28 February 1957) is a British drummer, songwriter and singer from the Isle of Wight in southern England. He founded the band Level 42 with Mark King. Gould was born in Hong Kong, and studied percussion at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where he met keyboardist Mike Lindup
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Philip Gould - When I Die. Macmillan was not involved in the making of this film. It represents one person's experience of dying of cancer, and cancer experiences vary. Hearing the news that your cancer can’t be cured can be very difficult. The initial shock and disbelief may be replaced after a few hours or days by powerful and often overwhelming emotions. These may make it difficult for you to think clearly. End of life shouldn't mean end of choice. With the right support, 73% of people with cancer would prefer to die at home, yet only 27% actually do. Join our campaign for 24/7 community nursing for end of life cancer patients. Lord Philip Gould was polling and strategic advisor to Tony Blair and advised Bill Clinton during his presidential campaigns. Lord Gould died of cancer in November 2011.
6 quotes from Philip Gould: 'It’s not the destination it’s the glory of the ride. 'If you are yourself, If you trust yourself, If you believe in yourself your life will be fine As for the rest of it: be generous and warm-hearted And always send a thank you card. This is all you need to know. And if you are really stuc. sk the universe. The answer is out ther., and 'The most important thing to him is his drive, his purpose, his desire to give meaning to the experience of dying. It’s not the destination it’s the glory of the ride. Philip Gould, When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone. If you are yourself, If you trust yourself, If you believe in yourself your life will be fine As for the rest of it: be generous and warm-hearted And always send a thank you card. The answer is out there. ― Philip Gould, When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone.
In light of the sad news that Philip Gould has lost his fight against cancer, YouGov President Peter Kellner looks back on the political adviser's 'unpitying candour', insight, rigour and skill. Much has been said about Philip’s courage in the face of the cancer that has claimed his life, and also about his contribution to the Labour Party’s renaissance in the 1990s. One of his most vital qualities, in his career as in his life, was his uncompromising honesty
The death memoir is an important staple of contemporary culture, and this book by the late Philip Gould, the new Labour political strategist, is a fine addition to the genre. I was moved and disturbed in equal measure. In 2007, Gould was found to have cancer of the oesophagus, and he spent the last four years of his life at war with the disease
by Philip Gould (Author). I have lost several much loved and important people in my own life to cancer ~ and reading Philip's book enabled me to understand some of the decisions that they made in their own dying process. It was if I suddenly understood, as if someone had turned on the light in a darkened room. For that I am grateful. I am also a cancer survivor ~ having been diagnosed with Chondrosarcoma (a rare primary bone cancer) in 1995. We must all die someday ~ so read this book whilst you have time to ponder upon it and change your own approach to your inevitable death.
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