Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Every doctor uses the stethoscope to analyze the sounds made 
in the living body. At the end of a course in medicine, the Professor
asked the medical students, "What is the most important part of a
The students gave a variety of answers - the diaphragm, tube,
earpieces, etc.
Then he gave the correct answer -     
"The crucial part of a stethoscope is the space in between the two
 ear-pieces - that is, the brain of the Doctor!"
             The sharpness of the doctor's brain determines the accuracy
of the analysis and the reliability of the diagnosis.
             We may use different tools for our sanctification- the churches,
retreat centres,
pilgrimages, conventions etc.
But the most important component in my transformation is

Dr. Resmy Susan Babu, M.D, Senior Resident in Medicine, Govt. Medical College, Kottayam & Dr.
Babu Philip, Professor, Cochin University of Science & technology, Fine Arts Avenue, Kochi-682016,
Kerala, India.

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