Creating Waves of Awareness
We can observe miasms in each and every aspects of life. This I learned first from Dr SM D'souza sir, my Organon professor at BHMC, Belgaum, and then from Dr S K Banergea sir during my visit to his institute at Kolkata for training. Again the same idea got strengthened by Dr Kasim Chimthanawala, during my training at NAHI Nagpur.
Once I had to stand in a long queue for almost two hours. I had no other alternative since it was for ADHAR card, which was compulsory. I eventually started observing the people standing in the queue. From the lesson I learnt from these legends, I could easily make out Psoric, Sycotic, Syphilitic and Tubercular individuals standing in the queue!
Psoric individuals: Simply standing with a lazy look, often scratching the head and other parts.
Sycotic individuals: They came late, but exploited their contacts with the officers, and did the job directly without wasting time in the queue. Many of them even bribed the security staff. Some of them started talking with the people standing in front, and gradually intruded into the queue, making us fools.
Syphilitic individuals: They, without any kind of respect to us, directly went to the front, and tried to get their work done by force. Some of them even had quarrels and exchange of powerful words with those who prevented them.
Tubercular individuals: Most of them were playing the mobile games and social networking sites, but found very impatient. They were moving from facebook to twitter, then to whatsapp. Somehow, they stood in the queue for a few minutes, and left the place for other works. Their changeability makes them move from one place to other.
© Dr Muhammed Rafeeque