In Nepal, there is a 13-year-old boy named Roshan Theeng. He was in Class II, when cataracts affected both of his eyes. As he grew older, completely lost his eye sight and became blind. All his life, he suffered a lot. His mother had died due to HIV-related complications. His father is bedridden due to HIV as well. Fortunately, he and his grandmother are not HIV-positive. One day a free eye camp in Makwanpur, Nepal was organised by the Hetauda Community Hospital. Roshan’s carried him on her back and went to meet the doctor. The Doctor’s name was Sanduk Ruit. He performed an amazing surgery that was extremely inexpensive. Dr. Ruit took only 15-minutes to operate Roshan’s eye. He then tied a bandage around his eye. The doctor shot a video of removing Roshan’s bandages. When he opened his eye, he happily shouted that he got his eyesight back. He was so happy as he could now go to school. When he saw Dr. Ruit he started touching his face. When Roshan touched his face, the doctor started crying and became very emotional. He removed his glasses and hugged him. Dr. Ruit said it was God’s blessing which brought Roshan’s eyesight back. When he spoke to the media Dr. Ruit said that, Roshan’s expression of happiness was very strong. All the patients and their relatives started crying as they felt his strong emotions. The Doctor told everyone to share this video. When people saw Dr. Ruit open the banadage they were touched by Roshan’s reaction. Some even said that the doctor was God. Dr. Ruit told that sometimes he works long hours but he never feels tired. In Nepal a doctor’s job is not easy, it is very difficult. But still they help cure many patients.