Most of us saw our PM addressing ISRO scientists after Chandrayan 2


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Most of us saw our PM addressing ISRO scientists after Chandrayan 2 missed landing and it was an exemplary show of his leadership qualities…he was awake till midnight and addressed those disappointed scientists at the time of need…
He shook hands with each scientist and at the end he hugged Mr Sivan n all were in tears… What a priceless moment!!! We r lucky to have such a leader!!
We r really proud of ISRO n our PM
At the same moment a thought disturbed my mind…
After 10 yrs of efforts by more than 700+ scientists Vikram couldn’t walk on moon surface. None the less orbitor is doing its job… great…
Afterall disappointment is a feeling…
it is a human expression for failure…
all of us witnessed it on ISRO scientists today

This is the same feeling for an operating team when we lose a major case in postop/ intraop even after working hrs n hrs meticulously…

This is the same dissapointment for a neonatologist when he loses a case of premature baby after 5 wks of nursing

Its not different for neurologist when he loses a case of Status Epilepticus after all the care.

It is same for a physician in PUO

It is same for an Intensivist on a regular basis

and I think it is much more for an anaesthetist for on table death…

This is what we are crying all these days that these are all not failures…

When a task of 650 cr budget … 700+ scientists… 10+ yrs can go wrong at penultimate moment…
the so called failures can also happen in medical field…

Medical field is much more complex and imperfect than space science…

We don’t expect applause for our daring decisions to handle complex cases…
we just expect an element of trust… if not from law makers at least from our patients!! And understanding in case of a failure. :pray:

(Collected)