AN INSPIRATIONAL STORY OF A DOCTOR

Dr. BANTING: WHO INVENTED INSULIN FOR THE DIABETICS

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In the 1920’s, Dr. Frederick Banting, a brilliant Canadian physician and researcher, focused his attention on the ravages of diabetes. At that time medical science offered no effective method of arresting the disease. Dr. Banting spent considerable time experimenting and studying the international literature on the subject, but every path he explored seemed to be a dead end.
One night, exhausted by still another long day of what seemed to be wasted efforts, he fell asleep. While he lay sleeping, his subconscious mind instructed him to extract the residue from the degenerated pancreatic duct of dogs. This inspiration led him to the discovery of insulin, which has helped countless millions of people since.
If you continue to experience a delay in arriving at a solution, may be you are thinking of the question you are presenting to your sub-conscious mind as a major one that will take a long time to solve. This would not be surprising. We are usually tempted to believe our problems are difficult. If they weren’t, they wouldn’t be problems. However, this is a mistake. Your sub-conscious mind is timeless and space less. Have an abiding faith in the positive and productive outcome of your efforts. Become convinced of your shining success in your daily small and big creative endeavors.

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