Day 24 – X for X-rays, Those who go that Xtra-Mile, Xmas

X rays has been one of the greatest discovery of all time. I am grateful for them. They revolutionised the diagnostic healthcare. One can easily get diagnose so many conditions with an easy non invasive modality.

Imagine having through get your stuff checked at airport without x ray scanners. Wouldn’t it be a nightmare. Thanks to William Rontgen!

We always had someone who went in an Xtra mile just to help. There are millions of such people out there and I am thankful to each one of them. It could be a friend who stayed late just to make sure you were okay, or a teacher who took extra lesson so that class could understand a difficult lesson, or a nurse who calmed your fears down, or a doctor who responded beyond his duty hours, or even a stranger who walked the way just to show you one.

Xmas has been one festival, I have always waited for. I studied in a Convent. Xmas used to be a school celebration. We would have Carol singing and Santa would distribute sweets. This would be start of the small winter break till new year. Over the years, I have seen that last week as a relaxing period to reflect and get ready for new year and new beginnings.

I am writing this post as a part of A2Z Challenge hosted by Blogchatter. #BlogchatterA2Z2023

All my posts for the challenge can be read here. A2Z2023

2 responses to “Day 24 – X for X-rays, Those who go that Xtra-Mile, Xmas”

  1. Your posts provide different perspective to everything that exists! Lovely.

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    Monidipa Dutta

    I read your recent post and was impressed with the characters you’ve brought to life through your poetry. Each one had a distinct personality that made them stand out and captured my attention. Your use of imagery and metaphors was also commendable, making the poems even more engaging. Keep up the great work!


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I am a histopathologist based in UK. I find solace in my work, nature and books. My musings are my own personal beliefs.


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