Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"[The Poles] are a highly individualistic people: every Pole has a different opinion on everything, and considers it imperative it be known. Inspiration and panache are held in high esteem; to be correct and dull is considered a horrid misfortune. They possess enormous vision and energy, but these energies often spill over in a disorganised, and sometimes even disastrous way. Consequently, meetings, conferences, etc., often dissolve into chaos. As one visiting World Health Organisation consultant remarked to me: "The Poles must be restrained, they have too many ideas." ....I ventured to ask [a government minister] why Poles did not try to control their feelings.... "What do you mean?" he retorted angrily, as if the idea had been proffered by a robot. "How can we do that? They are our feelings." Thus I learned that true Slavs suffer their emotions as if they were forces of nature, winds and storms and volcanic eruptions. They cannot imagine tampering with them, for they are the most authentic part of them."

Karin CHOPIN, 1992, 'Letter from Poland: post-totalitarian medicine.' British Medical Journal 304, 13 vi.

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