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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Enjoy the Holidays! Stay safe! Nothing matters if you or your family get sick. No computer game or TV show is a remedy for suffering. No shopping or partying is a remedy. Our health is and should be our priority at all times. Without it, we can do nothing. This time of a year, we are used to totally different behaviors and customs than we experience in 2020. At least, we are encouraged to practice different behaviors. They make sense. Pandemic is not a joke and not a hoax. It lives within out towns and states. Someone on the news today mentioned that we became sort of immune and cold to bad news but we simply experience 9/11 every day. This is how many food, from the cooks of the restaurant people are dying of COVID-19 every i normally enjoy visiting. I am really single day. So, there will be many happy to see my employees exactly at unhappy holiday dinners and many their desks at exactly the time we open sad Christmas stories. However, I want the clinic. I am so happy to be there to send a good message to all of you. Not because I want to pretend we are all happy and joyful but rather to share with you what 2020 taught me, but I never noticed it. This year, I have. personally. I never thought of people around Tlearned their values and joy of their me in a negative way. I like getting them becauseí want them to stay there along with everyone so conflict or bad vibes are not frequently present in and be safe. In some sense, this awful my thoughts. But I do not quite often year of pandemic taught me a lesson reflect on the roles of people around of valuating people around me in a me. I just move on from task to task, very idealistic way, outside of dollars from errand to errand. Sometimes, and measurements, just by their pure I spend too much time talking to takes for all of us to notice each other, my patients about things totally not our needs, and our connections. I associated with medicine. I definitely remember my patients well; and their me in terms of other people, just about stories. But I move on fast from day to what my own needs might be. day. This year, I learned that we all are 'essential workers in our lives! I learned that not seeing a mailman bothers me. best of health and safety, and patience, Not getting my mail hurts. I learned know you are all essential to my life. As that the cashier at the local grocery much as Iwant to be essential to yours. store is someone I am happy to see these days. I am happy to see delivery guys who make is so fast to bring our with them. All these places and people have been essential for my lifestyle for years presence in my life. I also worry about presence. Perhaps it is exactly what it never thought of what is essential to This holiday season, I wish you all the and mindfulness. And I want you to Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Enjoy the Holidays! Stay safe! Nothing matters if you or your family get sick. No computer game or TV show is a remedy for suffering. No shopping or partying is a remedy. Our health is and should be our priority at all times. Without it, we can do nothing. This time of a year, we are used to totally different behaviors and customs than we experience in 2020. At least, we are encouraged to practice different behaviors. They make sense. Pandemic is not a joke and not a hoax. It lives within out towns and states. Someone on the news today mentioned that we became sort of immune and cold to bad news but we simply experience 9/11 every day. This is how many food, from the cooks of the restaurant people are dying of COVID-19 every i normally enjoy visiting. I am really single day. So, there will be many happy to see my employees exactly at unhappy holiday dinners and many their desks at exactly the time we open sad Christmas stories. However, I want the clinic. I am so happy to be there to send a good message to all of you. Not because I want to pretend we are all happy and joyful but rather to share with you what 2020 taught me, but I never noticed it. This year, I have. personally. I never thought of people around Tlearned their values and joy of their me in a negative way. I like getting them becauseí want them to stay there along with everyone so conflict or bad vibes are not frequently present in and be safe. In some sense, this awful my thoughts. But I do not quite often year of pandemic taught me a lesson reflect on the roles of people around of valuating people around me in a me. I just move on from task to task, very idealistic way, outside of dollars from errand to errand. Sometimes, and measurements, just by their pure I spend too much time talking to takes for all of us to notice each other, my patients about things totally not our needs, and our connections. I associated with medicine. I definitely remember my patients well; and their me in terms of other people, just about stories. But I move on fast from day to what my own needs might be. day. This year, I learned that we all are 'essential workers in our lives! I learned that not seeing a mailman bothers me. best of health and safety, and patience, Not getting my mail hurts. I learned know you are all essential to my life. As that the cashier at the local grocery much as Iwant to be essential to yours. store is someone I am happy to see these days. I am happy to see delivery guys who make is so fast to bring our with them. All these places and people have been essential for my lifestyle for years presence in my life. I also worry about presence. Perhaps it is exactly what it never thought of what is essential to This holiday season, I wish you all the and mindfulness. And I want you to Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net