Solecki, M.D. is an experienced specialist in orthopedic trauma. Prior
to his medical practice, he has worked as a carpenter, car mechanic and
caretaker of a disco and a bowling alley in Vienna. He has had seasonal
jobs at a touring funfair in Sweden and in vineyards in different parts
of Europe. For a short period of time, he was president of the board in
a kitchen furniture plant. He founded the Sunbeam Enterprise, which imported
second-hand windows from Germany. He initiated The Teetotalersí Winter
Sports Tournament in Kamesznica, southern Poland.
the early 1990s he became one of the founders and leaders of a charismatic
Catholic community, City
on a Hill, which originated from the Polish charismatic renewal.
he is one of the founders and chairman of St Lukeís Hospital in Bielsko-Bia?a,
which is a medical centre promoting high professional standards and Christian
is married and has two children. When he is not working, he enjoys canoeing,
motorcycling and skiing.
Bone Surgeon, published in Polish and English (c) July 2011, is his
literary debut. The author openly shares his personal experience of a life-changing
revolution in his system of values. It is a story of an individualís search
for truth at the time of political transformations in Poland at the end
of the 20th century.
1 of The Bone Surgeon is reprinted with permission. Part 2 will
follow in next month's issue of Living Bulwark.
on links below to read separate chapters.