Monday, February 25, 2013

" the dream makers"

His being in the hospital was one part of the story. He was requiring oxygen, antibiotics and care of his wounds.

In war, wounds are the souvenirs of one’s presence where flesh meets metal, and where strength of flesh makes history. Disease does eat flesh like wars, but those who remain living to tell the story may not know those who took care of them.

The most unsung heroes are the medical aides doing their jobs; cleaning bodily discharges, moving when required, talking when no one else is available. They care for patients in their respective roles while the medications do their part;  time taking its course, wounds showing off and hope flickering at the cross roads of life and death. They are part of the dream makers, caring for a patient with the doctors and nurses.

To some, dreams are made in sleep; a preview of a tragedy or triumph without physical consequences.

Others become dream makers by providing the best they have, giving their best to care for the total strangers we call patients.


Shazia said...

Hats off for the dream makers! Many of them are working at various fronts, maybe getting no recongnition at all...but they are the ones who play a major role in saving the day! :)

Anonymous said...

Marium said
some people find caring and helping others an assets of life ,keeping themselves valueable in their and others life.

leo said...

In a war every one is not hero. Hero is one, others are unsung heros who also played an important role in it, but they are behind the lime light.

KB said...

Since man is impatient commotional by nature but bold enough to ignore praises and prize. The silent healers remained silent. This is unique segment of life. The heroes and the wounds healers both are rewarded but in different ways. Danish revealed the fact of our perturbing nature in a very good and touching manners which is thoughtful and appreciated