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Physician Reflection Triptych Card

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Physician Reflection Triptych Card
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Description

National Doctor’s Day is a holiday which is celebrated on March 30th in the United States. It is a holiday that honors physicians for the work they do for their patients, the communities they work in and for society as a whole.

The reflection on the backside of the card states:

Consider your hands, lay them on your lap or on the table
in front of you. Flex your fingers. Rotate your wrists.
Notice how your hands feel and how they move. And as you
do so, consider the words attributed to Saint Teresa of Avila:

Christ has no body now on earth but yours;
no hands but yours; no feet but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which the compassion
of Christ must look out on the world.
Yours are the feet with which He is to go about doing good.
Yours are the hands with which He is to bless His people.

Heavenly Father, bless my hands to bless others.
Gentle these hands as they offer comfort to those in
times of crisis. Purify these hands as they wash in to
encounter each patient. Open these hands to collaborate
well for the good of those I serve. Strengthen these hands
when the mornings are early and the nights are late.
Settle these hands when it is time to rest.

Amen.

 

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Full Description

National Doctor’s Day is a holiday which is celebrated on March 30th in the United States. It is a holiday that honors physicians for the work they do for their patients, the communities they work in and for society as a whole.

The reflection on the backside of the card states:

Consider your hands, lay them on your lap or on the table
in front of you. Flex your fingers. Rotate your wrists.
Notice how your hands feel and how they move. And as you
do so, consider the words attributed to Saint Teresa of Avila:

Christ has no body now on earth but yours;
no hands but yours; no feet but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which the compassion
of Christ must look out on the world.
Yours are the feet with which He is to go about doing good.
Yours are the hands with which He is to bless His people.

Heavenly Father, bless my hands to bless others.
Gentle these hands as they offer comfort to those in
times of crisis. Purify these hands as they wash in to
encounter each patient. Open these hands to collaborate
well for the good of those I serve. Strengthen these hands
when the mornings are early and the nights are late.
Settle these hands when it is time to rest.

Amen.