Wednesday, September 1, 2010

why do a doctor in the making...has to learn economics?!

it was then, a month ago when i've started to join the first lesson of economics. The question is, as stated above, is still in dispute and without doubt, hard to be answered. A common solution to this was that, "Ala..just go on with it la, no need to complaint'. I'm not complaining. it's just that it's, literally-speaking, i have to stand on an absurd-laden podium for me to posit future doctors to question on revenue, costs and inflation. Irrespective to that, i believed that it's of prime significance for us to understand a little bit, or even a small portion of the corporate world. I myself has planned that i will not turn out to be a doctor forever (what a plan!) It's not what you think like i don't have the ardor and altruism to become a healer but believe me, will you still want to stand there standing in the same operation room for hours when you're 75 years old?

Economics is an enticing field of study. This is, of course, due to the reason that there is no specific answer to a question. If there is an answer, however, filled with assumptions and a long array of seeming contradictions.

alas, circumstances change for everyone, isn't? Anyway, why do i insisted on telling myself that i love mathematic when the real fact (well, by referring to the previous test) had imparted a great contradiction? How on earth can these seniors that i've consulted to addressed that mathematics sl in Ib is a piece of cake? Annoying it is to a large extent.

I can't wait to be back to my 'jungle' (if you've read the previous post, then you'll understand). It has been way too long.


aziani said...

say hi to ur jungle!

Luqman Safwan C.M Fauzi said...

why thank u..of course i will!

Anonymous said...

75 and still in the operation room? You must be kidding. I don't think that's true unless he is dying of an old age. And yea, there are certain things that we need to learn although we despise it. I wish you all the best. May you become a whole-rounded medical practitioner in the future. :)