A retired radiologist who worked in the field forty years, author Alain Haim suddenly found the inspiration and desire to write. His quest to write led him on an inner adventure.
In I Don’t Know What I’m Doing, he offers a look at his varied life experiences, including ruminations on his day-to-day, routine activities.
From the antics of his apartment tenants, to his travels with his wife, his adult children’s excursions, to ordinary trips to the shopping mall, this memoir chronicles life from the eyes of a retired professional, husband, and father. Haim shares a world of observation about human beings, philosophy, science, music, travel, chess, and the creative act of writing.
Haim, who came to the United States from Bolivia more than forty-six years ago, reflects on a plethora of subjects and ideas that have formed the man he is today. He narrates his unending story in I Don’t Know What I’m Doing.