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  • Recovering from an operation which many people called 'major' I was most of the time thinking about the 'Lt Col' I mean the Surgeon who performed it. Soft and gentle in approach, seeped in concern for pain and alert in attempts to cure wounds and relieve the agony and stress-this is the first impression one gets, at least I got it and instantly I knew that 'She was the One'Ordained to touch examine cut and treat my clayey self bleeding inside and causing pain...and so it happened and The Greatest The Almighty showered His Mercy and sent 'healing'...'I found the Sacred Link in this process -the hands that we raise in prayer, the hands that we write with, some where the hands are killers slappers murderers...but These hands were the Healing Hands and for me meant so much more in relationship.
    'My heart weeps and I ask myself 'why is it that I cry? 'someone said'the Doctor did her professional duty, no need to think beyond that but I say 'No' I found the Human Connection the silent hidden ocean of devotion and emotion' and when I chanced to hear Ms Lavinia Spalding on TED Forum The Topic being 'The Art of Travel Writing'It was wonderful to hear her views guidelines and stories expressing the key lines that' one has to manufacture the human connection' and this gave me deep satisfaction that I was right and I am right when I wish to 'meet my minister and angel healer' as an affectionate human and to acknowledge her work care and polite attitude even though I paid for the services but I believe and I know that 'affection and friendliness' has no price and is an inborn thing, not found in many people roaming this beautiful planet.
    I wish we were humans in the real sense with real care for others for that is the true purpose of life.
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