Tuesday, April 24, 2007

"..and whoever saves the life of one person,
it shall be as if he had saved the life of all mankind"
(Qur'an 5:32)

And that, my friend, is why we became doctors.

10 comments:

pycnogenol said...

And may Allah bless ALL doctors who can always remember and put to practice the message and the spirit of that ayah!!!

Anonymous said...

and i wish u all the best in becoming a good one :-)

sarahss said...

let's all become good doctors of the ummah :)

Anonymous said...

well justified.
mulia sungguh.

Madame A said...

Hi! I am back to blogspot after many, many months! May you and the rest of the Muslim doctors help those in need with Iman and sincerity, insya Allah.

ifos said...

echo!

dith said...

The problem is when you're so bogged down with heavy work schedule and jammed clinic, you get flustered up and agitated that you forget about your real intention of being a doctor!!

Jamil said...

Ahh...DITH spreading out the realities of becoming a doctor *wink*

Arifah said...

Pycky, azleen, sarah, imran: Let's all become the best of what we are destined to be. =)

Ibu: Welcome back mummy dearest! ;)

Ifos: Echo!

Dith (and hiyoshi too perhaps): It's because I have read quite a truly depressing piece of a real life experience from a real life doctor and was actually profoundly depressed by what was written that I searched for an inspriration to give me hope. I posted this to remind me of the true destination of my intentions.. A pure one I hope, as of those around me. =)

Hiyoshi: I am a bit flabbergasted. Yes sir, I am aware of the realities of a becoming a doctor, thank you very much!

ifos said...

Started class, have you? ;)