A heartfelt, tribute to the Queen, HRH Elizabeth 11 (1926-2022) on behalf of The Faculty of Homeopathy
Many of us have not lived through a time when the Queen did not rule our country. She is an integral part of our lives, embedded deeply in our culture and British Heritage. She has overseen disasters too numerous to mention, family rifts, tragedies and disloyalties, very much flaunted in the public domain. Equally, she has shared many joyous occasions, including investitures, Trooping the Colour, launchings, the palace garden parties, and of course, the Christmas message.
Through all of this, she has remained dignified and calm; never lowering her guard, her steadfast commitment to her duty unwavering, demonstrating an inimitable poise, at all times.
She represented, unequivocally, a quintessential Britain; always much more than the dictionary definition of ‘Queen’ - ‘The female ruler of an independent state,’ rather, she was the personification of the ultimate matriarch, to her citizens throughout the world, her family, and to us, as homeopaths, so deep was her conviction to homeopathy. Undeterred by the ignorance of the detractors, firm in her knowledge of the power of the remedies, she became a motivating force for students, and a shining example of radiant health, for much of her life. Her strong association with The Faculty of Homeopathy has left many of us deeply saddened, yet full of gratitude for her life, much of which she shared with some of our colleagues, as her physician, pharmacist, or simply, friend.
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