Some group of 1st year students of MBBS were attending their first anatomy class.
They all gathered around the surgery table. On the table was a real dead man.
The Professor started the class by telling them two important qualities of a doctor.
The 1st is, NEVER BE DISGUSTED FOR ANYTHING ABOUT THE BODY. As an example, he inserted a finger into the dead man’s anus and tasted it in his own mouth.
Then he asked them all to do the same. The students hesitated for several minutes but because they didn’t want to fail this first test, eventually everyone of them did.
When everyone had finished, the Professor looked at them and said:
The most important 2nd quality is OBSERVATION; I inserted my middle finger but tasted the Index finger. He continued and said, learn to pay attention.
Moral of the story:
We are prone to make more mistakes when we’re not paying attention. Mistakes have a way of making life tougher than it should be.
Is there something you really need give some attention?
This other post may interest you: https://timelessbits.wordpress.com/2012/09/06/place-where-children-are-formed/