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Our Life Is Never Different

May 16, 2009

By: Dr^Waqipedia

Just want to exchange several words I got from Dr Norra (Hospital Serdang) which I could relate it with my life and books that I read.

  1. “We, doctors are not superficial person, we are deeper…..”

    Her response towards our attempt to get information from web about Pediatrics because most of the web did not explain the medical words accordingly and that will affect our understanding as future doctors.

  2. “What did you learn from reflection? Nothing.”

    You didn’t even know what to explain it yourself. It is better you saw your own reflection in the mirror.

     

  3. “In life, changes occur all the time, whether to bad or good one. However, a wise man, who ever done mistakes in his life, will learn from it and make a better man in the future and career.”

    She thinks that nowadays, people are fragile, referring to a lot of HOs or medical students who did not dare to take challenge, simply being stressed out, crack down and cry. For her, to be a better person, you have to take a step forward, a right one although the future is full of hardships. We have to progress, not regress. Find something that can satisfy your needs and search, struggle for it till the end.

  4. “Always be positive toward others, don’t simply get mad because the arguments and anger can’t bring you anywhere”

    It’s very true, if you feel worry or get mad, find the source of that problem and take time to consider the positive and its negative side. Be patience and look to the positive side. Don’t speculate more because you just will thinking about it again and again until it affects your life. I have gone through it and I apply it. Of course, getting the answer or the source of it is the best way to solve the problems.

  5. “Describe what you only see, never speculate things further because it will just go wrong although it is true.”

Reference:

  1. Dale Carnegie – How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
  2. Jack Canfield – The Success Principles: How To Get Where You Are To Where You Want To Be
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