Most of us have gone to the hospital. Sometimes as a patient, sometimes as a bystander or just as a visitor. How many of have watched the people sitting around there?
I have spent some years in hospitals as a bystander. During all this time I have seen people who are fighting against their fate. We can see the patents from different states, countries, religious backgrounds, age groups and gender with for one common reason, that is to survive from a disease.
I have seen people who help each other without thinking their religious, national or gender differences. To me, this hospital was my university who taught me about life. If you want real enlightenment, visit an oncology word—your attitude towards life change.