There’s a lot of impressive physician writers out there.
I’d like to point you to one that really speaks to me.
We, doctors included, amble through this world accompanied by our humanness. We can’t shake are flaws. Imperfections ride with us like a backpack that catches too much wind. We strive to lessen the profile of that bag of flaws–but it’s always there. Always slowing us down.
Some like to accuse doctors of over-protecting ourselves. Perhaps there’s some truth to that. But also, perhaps, like Jordan says, doctors don’t like to throw stones in the big glass house that we all live in.
That damn mirror looks pretty scary.