A patient went to the doctor for a checkup, and the doctor wrote out a prescription for him in his usual illegible writing. The patient put it in his pocket, but forgot to fill it.
Every morning for two years, he showed it to the conductor as a rail pass. Twice it got him into the movies, once into the football and once to a concert. He got a raise at work by showing it as a note from his boss. One day, he mislaid it. His daughter picked it up, played it on the piano, and won a scholarship to the Conservatorium of Music.
Why did the guru refuse the anaesthetic when he went to his dentist? He wanted to transcend dental medication.
Please note this information was correct at time of printing.
For up to date information, speak to your doctor.Source: Spring 2005 Edition | Page 2
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