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How I Misinterpreted the Golden Rule!

The golden rule - do unto others as you would have do unto you

Bible sometimes gives confusing thoughts to a lot of people. We think, we interpret and we make conclusions about many verses in the Bible. 

I remember a speech in which few verses from the Bible were quoted to prove a point: 

"For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart."(Hebrews 4 :12)

Must Know Topics in Anatomy- Part 1 (Upper Limb)

All the bones of upper limb are important as far as MBBS first year exams are concerned

Anatomy is a subject which has the potential to be a headache to most of the medical students. I even felt that anatomy faculties take it as a credit when students say that Anatomy is a difficult subject. It is such a subject where your memory will be pushed to its limits. Even those muscles which don’t serve a considerable function in the body can put your exam results at stake.

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Madness of Thought

Living and surviving with a dream at AIIMS Bhopal. Struggle within and struggle outside are undeniably the forces to reckon and face when humble beginnings happen for major projects. Did it ever happen otherwise? Looking at the present from a day years ahead in future improves the perspective and reconciles the unrest. 

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Goa for Three

Beach at Goa - green and inviting

This is a blend of travelogue and fiction. The fiction has basis but no limitation of confining to reality. It is Goa a couple of days ago beautiful serene and exciting, depending on how you look at it, but definitely refreshing and compulsive in making people come alive.

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If Only There Was Time On Time - A walk from the hostel to the OPD

Time and the medical student

His mind was still lingering in the morning that elapsed today. He remembered locking his room fifteen minutes before the time required to be in the clinic. Yes, on any other day fifteen minutes were enough to walk through the broken road in front of the college building under the glaring shine of the sun to the OPD.