Reflections of the Coronation of King Charles III



Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, interviewed Dr. Bob Arnot, chief medical correspondent for NBC’s Dateline, Today and Nightly News shows, medical correspondent at CBS News.

Price and Arnot discuss the coronation of King Charles III:
The coronation of King Charles III was a significant event in the history of the nation, steeped in tradition and pageantry. The ceremony took place in Westminster Abbey, the site of all British coronations since 1066. The beauty of the Abbey, with its soaring architecture and intricate stained glass windows, provided a fitting backdrop for such an important occasion.
Classical music played a central role in the coronation ceremony, as it has done for centuries. The music was performed by the Westminster Abbey Choir, one of the finest choirs in the world. They sang anthems and hymns specifically chosen for the occasion, and the music helped to create a sense of grandeur and majesty.
Throughout the ceremony, there was a strong emphasis on God. King Charles III is not only a political leader but also the head of the Church of England, and the coronation ceremony reflected this dual role. The ceremony included various religious rites, including anointing with holy oil, the presentation of the Bible, and the crowning of the monarch.
Despite the secularization of many aspects of modern society, people still loved and were drawn to events like the coronation of King Charles III. This was because such events represented a sense of continuity and tradition that is often lacking in modern life. They were a reminder of our shared history and a way of connecting with the past.
In addition, events like this were a celebration of national identity and pride. They provided an opportunity for people to come together and celebrate their shared heritage. They also offered a chance to showcase the best of British culture, from the music to the architecture, to the pageantry.
Finally, coronations were a way of honoring the monarchy itself. The monarch was not only a symbol of national identity but also a living embodiment of the nation’s values and history. The coronation ceremony was a way of expressing gratitude for the monarch’s service and commitment to the nation.
In conclusion, the coronation of King Charles III was a beautiful and significant event. It was a celebration of British tradition and culture, and a reminder of our shared history. It was also an opportunity to honor the monarchy and express our gratitude for their service to the nation. Ultimately, it was events like this that helped to bind together as a nation and provided a sense of continuity and tradition in an ever-changing world.

“Dr. Bob Arnot has over 44 years of experience in medicine where I’ve run an emergency medicine service of nearly 100 hospitals, served as chief medical correspondent for NBC’s Dateline, Today and Nightly News shows, medical correspondent at CBS News, and continue today covering the pandemic for a variety of national and international broadcasting platforms from Larry King and Fox to PBS and Al Jazeera.

He has “also worked in many disease outbreaks as a medical doctor and a humanitarian board member for Save the Children and the UN High Commission for refugees including cholera during the Rwandan Genocide, Ebola in Uganda, Sleeping Sickness in South Sudan, malaria during the Mozambique foods, HIV/AIDS in Botswana, Zimbabwe and Haiti and Dengue in Nicaragua. During COVID, I’ve collaborated with one of the country’s leading medical centers to bring the latest advances to the medical community and general public.”

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