A few days back, I was silently sitting on the shelf of a bottle shop and waiting for my turn to be picked up by some admirer of mine. I waited for a month or two, and then there came … Continue reading A story of a bottle: Meet the powerful yet destructive alcohol
I could never realise that dealing with a writer adolescent could be tedious and jeopardise dynamics of household relationship; until I met Nancy, a 14-year-old, class eight student. Nancy was an obedient and topper student until her sixth grade. Her … Continue reading Parenting challenges while nurturing little creative brains
At the cusps of midlife, one often look back and reflect; perhaps, to approach future cautiously but with elements of optimism. Of course, the sense of guilt blanket often covers us more than the proud moment. Usually, own accomplishments underestimated, … Continue reading Same problem at the same channel at the same frequency: that’s life
When the historians of the future era would explore the characteristics of middle age adults of twenty nineteen (2019), they would undoubtedly mention a revolution in the connectivity of people around the globe with social networking. The FB would perhaps … Continue reading What a cup of coffee holds?
Have you ever noticed the concept of placing stars for hotels and home appliances has evolved into the idea for creating a tailored star rating for health provider with a photograph? Continue reading Twinkle Twinkle, no more star please!
Ironically, the incident of asking a bunch of questions to a health provider is similar to scolding a teenager for poverty, over crowdedness and unhygienic condition of the house. The child, perhaps with courage, could mutter some words that the … Continue reading Who to blame: the soft target of health system
In the textbook from the western world, the treatment protocol involves a triangle consisting of a doctor, a patient and a disease. But in a collective society, treatment resembles a cobweb: a doctor, a patient, illness, and a mob consisting of the patient’s relatives, friends, village, suburb. Ironically, no Western textbook or research paper has yet tried to show the interrelationship of the health sector and the anger of the crowd, which is directly proportionate to the vandalism in the community. Continue reading The cob-web of disease, doctors, patients, relatives, community, and violence