In the southern town of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, lived a young Sikh man named Harpreet Singh. Originally from Amritsar, Harpreet had moved to Madurai for his engineering studies. His life was a whirlwind of assignments, exams, and engineering models until he began to feel unwell.
He noticed that his bed felt hard, and the parts he laid on felt sore and bruised, causing him great restlessness. He brushed it off as stress and overwork, but his condition worsened.
After completing his engineering studies, Harpreet relocated to Hyderabad for his first job. However, his health deteriorated further. He began to experience horrifyingly offensive excretions that filled him with embarrassment and worry. A strange symptom also appeared – his tongue became large, flabby, and fiery-red, appearing smooth as if varnished. It had a sweetish, incredibly foetid taste. Harpreet’s state of health was becoming a grave concern for him and his friends.
As Harpreet climbed the career ladder, his symptoms escalated. He suffered from constipation with complete inertia. The stools were large, black, and carrion-like or small, black balls. His condition was stubborn, refusing to abate despite the best efforts of the doctors in Hyderabad. When he received a better job offer from a multinational company in Gurugram, he decided to move there, hoping for a change in his health situation too.
In Gurugram, Harpreet’s septicaemic conditions worsened. His septic fevers began with a chill in his back and a very rapid, small, wiry pulse, almost out of proportion to his temperature. This condition led him to Dr. Anil Singhal, a renowned homeopathic doctor known for his expertise in complex cases.
Dr. Singhal, with his profound understanding and keen observation, quickly recognized the severity of Harpreet’s condition. The diagnosis pointed towards a sapraemic condition, where the best selected remedies had failed to relieve or permanently improve. The doctor decided to administer the homeopathic remedy Pyrogenium, known for its effectiveness in such cases.
Gradually, Harpreet began to experience improvements in his condition. His tongue regained its normal appearance, the constipation began to alleviate, and the offensive excretions reduced dramatically. His restlessness decreased as the sense of hardness and soreness from his bed disappeared. Most importantly, his septic fevers were under control, and his pulse returned to normal.
In the months following Harpreet’s recovery, he couldn’t help but feel a deep sense of gratitude towards Dr. Singhal. He often found himself reflecting on the sheer skill and dedication the doctor had shown towards his case. His recovery was not just a testament to Dr. Singhal’s medical prowess but also to his remarkable empathy and commitment towards his patients. Harpreet decided to pen down a heartfelt letter to Dr. Singhal, expressing his immense gratitude.
In his letter, he wrote, “Dr. Singhal, you are more than just a doctor to me. You were my pillar of strength, my beacon of hope, and my guide through the darkest hours of my life. You gave me a second chance at life, and for that, I will forever be in your debt.” Harpreet also personally thanked Dr. Singhal, sharing how his life had dramatically improved since his recovery.
Harpreet’s parents, living in Amritsar, were also deeply moved by the drastic transformation in their son’s health. They had been miles away, anxiously waiting for good news, and when it finally came, they couldn’t help but shed tears of joy. They too, wrote to Dr. Singhal, thanking him for his incredible service. Their letter read, “Words fail to express our gratitude, Dr. Singhal. You brought our son back from a place we feared he would never return. Thank you for being the exceptional doctor and human being that you are.”
Harpreet’s friends in Gurugram, who had stood by his side, were in awe of the transformation. They celebrated his health and Dr. Singhal’s incredible role in it. They too reached out to Dr. Singhal, expressing their gratitude and admiration. One of them wrote, “Dr. Singhal, it’s because of your unwavering dedication and exceptional skill that our friend can laugh and live freely again. Thank you.”
These letters of appreciation brought a smile to Dr. Singhal’s face. He was humbled and grateful for his ability to change lives through his work. Every word of thanks was a reminder of why he had chosen this path and instilled in him a renewed sense of purpose and passion towards his vocation. As Harpreet and his loved ones continued to express their gratitude, Dr. Singhal carried on with his selfless service, touching and healing countless more lives.
Source: Clarke’s Pentachords.