Volume 8, Issue 2, page 3

" y 1961
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Dr. Bill is quite a gun collector. The walls of his den are
literally sprinkled with firing pieces
of all ages, makes, and models.

"This one," he said, lifting a heavy rifle off a rack, t.was
given me by a stranger I treated tor a
broken finger. Funny thing about that gun. The guy said hed never
shot it, and it was so dirty and
corroded I spent almost a week getting it fixed up. The fellow
was about 70, and as heal thy as a
dollar --old-time dollar, that is."

I examined the heavy octa

gon barrel, worked the leve; action, and noticed five deep nicks
in the stock.

" May have been five people were killed," Dr. Bill said, noting
that I was rubbing the nicks
with my thumb. "or, it may have been for buffalo. It's a .38-.40,
called a 'buffalo gun', and
probably has quite a plains history. A soft-nosed slug would
practically tear small game to

We went to other weapons whose history Dr. Bill checkej from the
little book he carried with
him, showing age, cost I date of purchase, and any pertinent
history he may have accumulated.

"Odd," we said, "that you should know so much about that 'buffalo
gun', and yet have to look
up the data on these others. Is it the most valuable in your

Dr. Bill grinned, a bit sheepishly."No. it's probably the LEAST
valuablet:, he said. "I don't
know why.

"Maybe it's because the stranger who gave the gun to you still
owns part of it," we suggested.
"On these others, you bought them, and they're all yours. "

1. But that Is mine too:' he protested."He gave it to me."

"Exactly 1 11 we continued. "That's why it's not yours.


When he gave it to you. he gave part of himself with it. And
that's also why you're suffering
uremic poisoning, altho you're probably the best kidney
specialist in Oklahoma."

"I don't get the connection,"he said, obviously puzzled.

We grinned. "Well, as a kidney specialist, You SELL your healing.
You sell so much of it that
you have none for yourself -- so you suffer from the very thing
you specialize in. You said
yourself that-too many doctors die of the very thkn,g the

ty treat most."

That a because they get careless -- pick up the gems from their
Patients, and are too busy to
do anything about it," he said.

"Is that why you have uremic Poisoning?" we pressed.

"No," he said. "I 've always been careful. May be hereditary,
altho I can't seem to find any
kidney history in my family. " He shook h i s head . "Just
coincidence, I guess.0'

But was it? Isn't it quite Possible that there IS a distinction
between "selling II and "giving"?
Doctors sell (charge for) "healing", and often die comparatively
young. Psychiatrists frequently
are more mixed up than their patients. Many Preachers windup with
more "black sheep" among
their children than the "sinner" across the tracks, whose
children may grow up to be Preachers of
tomorrow--not that that is an improvement, except in the eyes of
the world.

Anyone ever investigate the private lives of these peddlers of
"truth". "ways of life",
and"systems" before they invest money in courses and lessons? If
they know so much I and have
so much to sell, why can't they use this knowledge for their own
benefit? Probably because, if
they ever did have it--they've SOLD it, and

that which one sells, he no longer possesses.

History is replete with stories of great artists, musicians,
writers, poets--all the arts --whose
greatest work was done at the door of starvation. If financial
success came during life, genius
disappeared. Oh, certainly. there was a type of"mechanical
perfection" that they'd acquired, but
much of the "fire" of originality was gone. The public acclaims
success, but history records
genius. Success dies almost with the artist, but true genius
often never comes to life until after
the artist has gone on. It Is the work that was done BEFORE
financial success that will out-live and
out-value the work that was done by the worshiped, highlypaid

We've known many "amateur photographers" who could"make a camera
talk ", until they started
doing photography professionally. Now, they're satisfied if it
rings the cash register. Some 4-H
and F.F.A. Club members show better livestock than their parents
ever will, or they themselves
will when stock-raising becomes a "paid profession". And most of
us know few trained. $10- to
$25-an-hour Scientology auditors who, despite all their degrees
and courses, can perform the
occasional "miracle" that made Dianetics. Book One. the"tree of
hope" that hasn't bloomed so
profusely since.

The old country doctor, who braved rigors of weather and physical
discomfort that would send
shudders thru today's "specialists", often lived to a happy old
age --probably because he "gave"
more help to his "friends " and "neighbors" than he "sold".

Apparently, this is a world of service to one another. and to wax
fat on ills and misfortunes
has its own price tag.