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I am looking for a six letter word from India that refers to a person of some kind and it starts with P?

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June 26, 2019 / By Annabeth
Question: Hi this word could be almost anything that would either name of discribe a person. It could be a service worker or a family member, friend anyone. All I know is that the word starts with the letter P and is from or used in India.
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Wisdom Wisdom | 9 days ago
purusa (but the s is a 'sh' sound, written with one character in devanagari and other indian scripts) is Sanskrit and pugala is Pali, so both Indian, but sort of ancient and out of usage. There are 300+ languages spoken in India--can we narrow it down any?
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Wisdom Originally Answered: what kind of person do you have to be to become a vet?
I've been a passionate animal lover since before I can remember--it's what I was 'known for' when I was little. I just got a card from my ill aunt, thanking me for photos I sent her. Aunt Kathy wrote the comment, "I'll always remember you as the little girl who couldn't hurt the tiniest little thing." I cherish my aunt's comment. In my case, it just seems like my passion for animals was just 'born inside. My family couldn't kill crickets that got into the house, I'd get too upset. Even now, if I flush a spider down the toilet, I say, "I'm so sorry, spider" (although I have no sympathy for mosquitoes and ticks so call me a hypocrite if you want, I can live with it). But could I have become a vet? No, not me--You have to prescribe medicines and all, I'd be too worried about the responsibility (I might make a mistake). But if you're someone who feels confident about prescribing meds and surgeries (and obviously many vets and doctors do), then BRING THAT UPas a point. BRING UP TOO, that you know the grief of losing a pet yourself, or your neighbor's pet when they died, and that YOU FEEL COMPASSION FOR OWNERS WHO LOSE THEIR BELOVED ANIMALS, and you know that the owners need your EMOTIONAL SUPPORT, as a vet, when it comes time to tell them their pet isn't going to make it, and that they should consider the possiblity of putting the animal out of its suffering--that you realize the decision is tough for the owners to make...that you will BE there to support them at this horrible decision-making point.... ....and by all means LET the owners be holding the dog when it's time to put it down, if that's what the owners want to. I had a friend whose vet wouldn't let her stay in the room for it. I'm haunted by the memory of my FRIEND telling me how she cried for days--my FRIEND was haunted by her dog's sorrowful eyes looking at her, as if saying, "Where are you going? Why are you abandoning me?) Don't EVER do that to an owner! Let them hold their dogs and say their goodbyes. That was her last memory of her dog--how she 'betrayed' him by leaving him in a stranger's hands to die alone. Just some more brainstorming thoughts--tell them that you're aware that many communities now no longer allow cats to run free (because they kill songbirds); that you realize it's your place as a vet to explain this to cat owners (maybe even mention that you INTEND TO WRITE ARTICLES for your local papers because YOU BELIEVE IN EDUCATING PEOPLE about ANIMAL CARE, AND RESPONSIBILITY. [A public spokesman for animal care, animal rights, animal protection---information the people need and want to know? THEY'LL LOVE THAT, if they hear a vet. is willing to spend time educating the public in a way that promotes support for veterinary medicine in general). In fact, that may be THE STRONGEST POINT that makes YOU stand-above-the-other applicants--your belief in educating your community public about pets, wild animals, and animal ownership--and that if you become a vet, you fully intend to write articles for the local papers about the IMPORTANCE of pet health care, the REASONS for pet responsibility these days, etc. ....if nothing else, it will give you a good-sized paragraph to fill up your 2 page essay with! But don't say it unless you intend to do it--to write articles for your local paper. GEE, I just wrote about 2 pages worth of information and I'm NOT planning to become a vet! Good luck--I'm sure you'll do just fine.
Wisdom Originally Answered: what kind of person do you have to be to become a vet?
A person may want to become a vet because they want to be in the medical field but have reservations about working with humans. Someone who truly loves animals and wants to help them. Even to the point that the person may relate better and sympathize more with animals than humans.
Wisdom Originally Answered: what kind of person do you have to be to become a vet?
my sons 11 and has wanted t be a vet since he was 3. Its got to be love of animals, caring, compassion and hardish stomach for the blood and operations. That put himoff and he wants to be a zoologist instead.

Wisdom Originally Answered: What kind of person can help me?
You have a very easy solution to this problem as you present it. There is a specific relay service for people who have difficulty communicating on the phone (Speech to Speech Relay). I am sure this is within the support they could provide. Find you local number here: http://www.speechtospeech.org/ Added - It would help. If you need help in having it repeated slower, or with simpler words they will do that. They will repeat it slow enough so you can write it down and repeat it aain if necessary. These are really good people who run this serivce. EVen if you find an advocate they would not be availabel 24/7.

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