Friday, June 04, 2010

Quote: George Alagiah

"I remember a piece of advice given to me by an ex-military instructor on one of the survival courses BBC foreign correspondents were sent on. 'When you're hurt, when you're wounded, there is nothing more you can do. You'll only make matters worse - for you and everyone else - if you try to charge around. Find somewhere quiet, somewhere dark and lie down. Stay awake but stay calm. Get your pulse rate right down. It's for your buddies to do the worrying.'" George Alagiah - A Home from Home: From Immigrant Boy to English Man

1 comment:

Fiona Marion said...

I love that. I would love to find a book by this guy.