Creating Waves of Awareness
UPDATE FEBRUARY 4, 2012 | Dr Wequar will be visiting the clinic in Karachi and welcomes your prayers, thoughts and if you want to provide donations to support his work, please contact Dr Wequar
Vladimir and myself are pleased to be able to help the clinic by supplying them with the computerized Repertories they needed for speedy evaluation of the patients symptoms. The clinic has been open several years and fill a much needed gap in the health care system.The clinic does not charge for its services in any way. Even the medicine is free.
Wequar has grown children living in Florida, and I visited with him in Miami where we became friends and colleagues. He is a gentleman of the old school where his word is his bond and his heart is as big as mount Everest with his time for sick people.
Dear Gary. Thank you for your generosity and constant contact with Dr Wequar. I've been blogging every day with plenty of TWEETS to boot. I've spoken numerous times with Dr Wequar, and most fortunately, he is safe and often times can get an internet connection.
The massive millions of displaced people have been told to get to better ground, away from the flooding. There is no way I can even imagine the scene, what it feels like, or the immensity of the disaster. They are probably all in a fog of surreal being.
You will notice in your daily BlogTalkRadio show reminders a video from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for all the United States HWC members, there is a place to donate.
Continued Disaster in Pakistan #Flooding
Humanitarian Aid To Pakistan Flood Victims
Gary ad Debby, thank you all for the moral support that has come from you all.
Gary and Vladimir thank you both for the gift of B&W 2011 software,for the clinic. This will go a long way to do our quick repertorization with a modern tool and proven Boenninghausen repertory.
It will take some time to master the software,but when there is a will there is a way. I am sure that me and Dr Sarfaraz together with our team of two other Doctors,Dr Shahnaz and Dr Afifa Abid will live up to the expectations reposed on us by our patients.Dr Afifa is away for a while.
I had actually sent the pics to Gary for info but like a good Samaritan, he brought it to notice of all the members of HWC;
I would like to add here that the first two pictures are from a relief camp on out skirts of Karachi set up in a govt school building ,You ca see Dr Shahnaz sitting and taking a case.In second picture Dr Sarfaraz is awaiting to see a patient.
The third picture is of myself in our humble "FREE HOMEOPATHIC CLINIC" in Karachi,now in its 6th year of existence; I am not visible as i was taking the photographs in the camp. The other pictures depicts the devastation of the flood,The water around the submerged mosque is about 12 to 15 feet deep. The village around the mosque has vanished for good.
Congratulation. I hope with the help of this latest homeopathic software donations you will be able to select accurately the remedies for your patients in the free clinic . I am also thankful because it is for the help of whole of Pakistani people. I also appreciate you and your team for this Nobel deed.
By the way how come an active member with many cases done, you have not presented any case?
In the past I posted some of my cases in different forums but due to unreasonable and unhealthy criticism, ending in controversial comments, I stopped.
Sajjad the world is such that there will always be criticism, but in my opinion we just can not afford to shy away ;
If you put any case with in the parameters of rules then there will be few or no criticism. Present your case with open mind,and share your experiences. After all learning never ceases,it only embellishes our perception and knowledge.
Dr. Sajjad, Please continue to post your interesting cases. Whether it is criticized or not is immaterial. Many will benefit with the reading.
You are right Dr.Kumar S Anand what you said to Dr. Sajjad. It is easy to find fault or criticize than to create or present something worthwhile. The posts sent by Dr Wequar & Dr. Sajjad as above, are quite interesting & educative, they should continue with exchange of their experiences.