..of rightful Dr. Ailin..
Dr. Ailin is witty. She has this flamboyant-happy-go-lucky-girl personality that she likes to portrays.
Very outspoken, considerating and she tried hard to understands students problems. She knows of the things you do. (How the hell) She likes to say, expressional exclamation like, how the hell? and give the finger! Very witty I would say.
One thing, I realised of that super-witty characteristics, she has this super conciousness running.
She talks about this political power that MMA has over other medical organisations in Malaysia. Of how, PPIM should become the next power of policy making in the Parliament.
She talks about the lacking of the integrational races in Malaysia, when she sent her child to this sekolah in Kuantan.
She talks about this, which I really like to record it
” Its not about what you want, it is about how much you willing to give.”
In a way, mm.., yes it is so true. It is not about what you want. Its how much you willing to sacrifice. You may get more of what you want but are you willing to sacrifice the things that you have.
She said this, to described the functional being of being an ENT specialist.
” I have these surgeon hands, but I really want to enjoy my life! ”
You see, life as a surgeon is extremely busy. Calls, major procedurs and a lot more. But being an ENT surgeon whom specialising in Audiology, she mention to me. “What emergency yang a houseman can call mase midnight?”
“no need, tommorow I slap baru die tau?”
True enough. There are some emergency in ENT. But you see this statement described the very essence of medical life.
You can pursue what you want but you have to realize that the thing you have is not permanent. The comforting you have will not always be with you. And are you willing enough to sacrifice that?
And that gets me thinking!
Sometimes what you want, is the thing that you can never have, and when you have that thing, you dont even know that it is bad for you.