The patient and the owner of the boat happened one morning outside Albert Schweitzer's hospital when a patient of an African girl was fishing in another man's boat. The owner thinks he should have all the fish. Dr.
Schweitzer told the owner that you were right because another person should have asked you to use your boat, but you were wrong because you were careless and lazy. You just wind the chain of your canoe around a palm tree instead of tying it with a lazy padlock. You're guilty, because on this moonlit night, you fell asleep in your cabin and didn't take advantage of the fishing opportunity he asked for help: but you went on the boat without the permission of the owner, and you were wrong.
You're right, because you're not as lazy as he is, and you don't want to let the moonlit night pass without taking advantage of it. Dr. Schweitzer divided the catch among fishermen, boat owners and hospitals.
A few years ago, when my wife went to the hospital for surgery, a rule forbidding children to visit patients seemed to make our age-old understand, but our six-year-old had a hard time accepting it. We found out why she was so upset when we first heard her talking to her mother on the phone. "Goodbye," she cried in tears, "goodbye when I'm mom.".
It's fine on Sunday, June 11. Liu Ying is my best friend. She was ill for three days in the afternoon.
I went to see her. She told me that she was sent to the hospital by her parents this morning. The doctor gave her a look, gave her some medicine and asked her to stay in bed for a few days.
She thought she would not go to school until next week. In order to let her have a good rest at home and not worry about her homework, I will help her make up lessons. I heard that it was sunny on Sunday afternoon on June 11.
This afternoon I went to see my friend Liu Ying. She had been ill for three days. This morning she felt worse.
So her father took her to the hospital and the doctor examined her. She carefully said that it was no big deal. She has a common cold, but she'd better stay in bed for two or three days.
She felt better after taking the medicine. Liu Ying still looks worried. She is afraid of missing class.
I told her not to worry, I could help her with her lessons. I hope she's doing well and keeping up with others.