Doctors can learn from Sant Kabir and implement to grow their clinical practice:
1. Humility: Approach patients with humility, recognizing the shared humanity in every individual.
2. Compassion: Provide care with deep empathy and understanding, acknowledging patients’ physical and emotional pain.
3. Simplicity: Focus on simple and effective treatments, avoiding unnecessary complexity.
4. Inclusivity: Serve all patients equally, irrespective of their background, race, or social status.
5. Spiritual Well-being: Recognize the connection between mental, emotional, and physical health, and support patients in their spiritual well-being.