Among Hospital’s Corridors

Abdulla bin Ali Al Shanbari

Total Pages: 132


The director whispered in my ear words that caused me distress and distress, so I left him angry.

On September 2, 2005, at ten o’clock in the morning of that day, I was standing in the main hallway of the hospital.

The hallway was at the crossroads of parts of the hospital, and I, like him, was standing at the crossroads of parts of my life.

People come and go, but no one talks to anyone, and no one pays attention to anyone.

Suddenly, someone grabbed my wrist tightly as I turned around. My eyes bulged out and I wondered: How did he know where I was? He did not say a word, and I did not speak. He walked and I walked with him like a little child. We walked together on an unknown road.

Abdullah bin Ali Al-Shanbari is a specialized physician in pediatric gastroenterology and hepatology.

He has authored numerous books, such as What Has the Internet Done to Us?, The Story of Medicine from the House of Wisdom to the White House, and The Book of Life.

His writings are as diverse as his readings and interests. He has written about life, the impact of the internet on the human race, the history and development of medicine from ancient times to the present day, genetic engineering, and the dangers of manipulating genes and viruses in laboratories. He is currently writing memoirs about his personal and professional life.

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