Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Lonesome Kills.

Dr H is a lady medical doctor i have known for 24 years. For the last three years, she had done three angioplasties with three stents repaired in her heart arteries. Poor lady! I felt so sad for her. Hospital advised her to go for her bypass surgery but she chicken off. See! Even doctors themselves are afraid.

According to Dr H, she has always on strict dietary supplements and meals, but her cholesterol level is still high. She blamed it on hereditary reasons because her parents were like her.

While discussing over her current medical insurance claims, i took the courage to advise my client. I said... You have been doctoring all your patients these many years, please let me this time to doctor you. You have been a good doctor for others but you have failed to heal yourself. Please disregard the hereditary reason because one could avoid to be like our parents' way of living. Though you are careful with your food intake, you are not careful with the intake of stress and tension. As doctor, you are intelligent but not smart to live a rounded life. The past 35 years you had been enclosed to these four walls seeing only the sick and dying. Yes! You might have the passion to work in your profession to save lives but there is no one at the moment to love your sickly heart. When your children were young, they gave the joy for you to work. When your dad and mum were around, they offered their souls for you to work happily. When your husband was there, he too could have spurred you to move and excel. So sad today! Your parents were gone, your husband had left you and the sons had migrated. Besides those patients who are your customers, you really have no friend or someone who cares for you currently. The only medicine you really need is one word...

The final conclusion for my friend. I recommended and advised her to search for her love. The someone who is willing to love and heal her stressful and lonesome heart. Go out and be free! Smile to the world outside besides just the four clinical walls and i am sure there would be this someone who could see the beauty of this lovely lady of sixties. Believe me, she is tender and beautiful.

Specially for Dr H - a song lyrics
Are you lonesome tonight?
Do you miss me tonight?
Are you sorry we drifted apart?
Does your memory stray to a bright sunny day?
When I kissed you and called you sweetheart?
Do the chairs in your parlor seem empty and bare?
Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there?
Is your heart filled with pain, shall I come back again?
Tell me dear, are you lonesome tonight?
- - -Roy Turk and Lou Handman, "Are You Lonesome Tonight"

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