Writing One Piece at a Time…
Human Rights start at home, and belong to each and every person free of discrimination.– Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Writing: An Art of Timeless Expression
“A humanitarian crisis is unravelling before our eyes; of the world’s most desperate and destitute population in India whose very existence is being diminished.” – Leah Sarah Peer
“Wear the white coat with dignity and pride—it is an honor and privilege to get to serve the public as a physician.” – Bill H. Warren
Peer Med by Leah Sarah Peer welcomes world renowned speaker Abhijit Naskar. This episodes captures the two in conversation about his book Time to Save Medicine and asks for his advice to clinicians serving on the front-lines of the current health care crisis.
“The world may look so big, making it difficult to show kindness, and compassion but now more than ever in uncertainty is when it is treasured and hits hearts most. No act is too simple, and no moment too small, to bring comfort and healing. At the core of our humanity is our capacity to respond and recover from this current crisis together and this is something that is important now more than ever.” – Leah Sarah Peer
“When we listen, we extend an ear. When we listen, we open our heart. When we listen, we engage, observe and express our concern. When we listen, we care, and this itself makes a difference.” – Leah Sarah Peer
Why I Write?
- To express myself, and to be a voice for issues dear to me.
- Writing is meaningful, and helps me convey emotions to words.
- Proponent for Change!
You should write because you love the shape of stories and sentences and the creation of different words on a page. Writing comes from reading, and reading is the finest teacher of how to write.”