If I had to define in one word what our Master really was at heart I should say a physician, in the finest, richest sense of the word. This does not mean that other things did not attract his interest. His was an active, one might say a restless, mind, ever alert, ever enquiring, and so naturally his scientific activity could not be confined within the limits of medicine. He knew that he had attained considerable success beyond its borders, and he was pleased with this success, even proud of it; but it was never important to him. The only thing which could permanently hold his interest, in which his restless spirit found rest, was: helping, healing.