When was the last time you sat in a waiting room in the doctor’s office? I want you to visualize the setting. Perhaps the room was crowded, full of people you were sure carried multiple types of diseases. The children sneezed and coughed profusely, never once covering their mouths. You picked up a magazine to try to occupy your mind, only to find that it was the same magazine you already read cover-to-cover three months ago. Sitting there, you wonder why you even made an appointment. You still have to wait along with everyone else. You’re probably getting sicker by the minute, being subjected to this germ-infested environment. Just when you were about to throw in the towel and give up, the nurse opens the door and calls your name.