Doctor beyond Duty

The person mentioned in this article, Dr. M.R. Saxena (my father-in-law) left for his heavenly abode on 12th April, 2019.

A gentleman on his way out after the prayer meeting, stopped by the family to say this,

“I’ve never seen a man as great as him, in 73 years of my life.”

I do not know how were they connected, but the tribute reflected the views of the huge congregation present there. I think greatness is about being a fine human first. Work comes later.

Reena Saxena

THE THOUGHT-PROVOKING QUOTE

Do not be too moral. You may cheat yourself out of much life so. Aim above morality. Be not simply good, be good for something .

By Henry Thoreau.

THE STORY

A 87-year old doctor ( a paediatrician) resides in a small town, with a population of a little more than a million, in the state of Rajasthan, India. He has worked his way up through struggle – paying for medical school with scholarships, looking after a large joint family, but finally gaining some professional and social recognition.

He is known as the “Christ for Children” (Masiha) in that small town. Desperate parents flock to him in a last attempt to save their dying child, in the hope of a miracle at his hands. And some of them do happen. His medical practice has just been a part of social work that he believed in. Free…

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