If I were to dress up as a doctor for Halloween, perhaps I’d be Greer and add wings on my back. Greer is an absolute angel. He doesn’t just serve people with insurance, but he also takes in people who have nothing to offer him. His services awarded him a “2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom, for his 25 years of dedication, at a White House ceremony with President Obama.”
I wish a person like Greer didn’t surprise me that he even exists. I mean, who heard of such a thing, a doctor who got into the business for the right reasons? I’m shocked!!
I’d rather not be shocked. I’d rather be shocked when people don’t help others. I’d rather be shocked that a crime was committed on the street and there was one person who didn’t try and help.
It is comforting though that someone like Greer is out there, and that he is teaching. Maybe just maybe the world CAN become a better place and that health care for all is right around the corner. :)
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