I was chatting with my doc when he told me to analyze his signature. I had the time and said to myself - Why not? When I saw that he suffered from backache, my initial bias told me not to tell him. Later As i realized that there were a lot of other things that got clubbed together and the backache trait was prominent, I decided to tell him but I chose my words carefully. I said, “I know that you are a doctor and might have treated it by now, but your signature shows that you suffer from back ache” He replied “Yes, doctors also die u know” To which I smiled and justified “Ya, but I thought u must have treated it by now” He explained that there was a small formation in his back and it would trigger due to stress only and he didn't say much and we went to the next topic Anyway, I realized that how prejudiced I can be... not just like a graphologist but also as an human being. We assume that our docs are close to God. For some reason don’t we all assume that nothing bad can happen to them?