Placeholder Image

字幕表 動画を再生する

  • That'll be 863 yuan.

  • What? It was just an IV drip.

  • Why is it so expensive?

  • Hospital policy. (Did you get the results?)

  • Yeah.

  • What department was the emergency patient sent to last night?

  • Neurology. (Thanks.)

  • The doctors! Where are the doctors?

  • Where are they? Bring them out here!

  • Unconscionable quacks! (Quick! Call Director Wang!)

  • Bring our relative back!

  • Unconscionable quacks!

  • This is a hospital!

  • You can't cause a scene here! Please calm down! (Terrible. We won't bear. Where is he?)

  • Everyone just calm down!

  • Stop shouting! This is a hospital!

  • A perfectly healthy person is gone, just like that!

  • We deserve to know what happened! (Just tell us why!)

  • Give us an explanation!

  • Everyone be quiet.

  • Let me speak. (Tell us what happened!)

  • The operation was successful.

  • The patient's death has nothing to do with our hospital.

  • It was a sudden brain hemorrhage,

  • and we did everything we could to save him.

  • We regret his loss too. (That's a lie!)

  • Bring out your directors!

  • You are all seriously impacting our ability to work.

  • If you don't leave right now, I'm going to call the police!

  • The police?

  • You killed him and now you're avoiding responsibility!

  • You unconscionable quacks! We deserve an answer!

  • Tell us what happened!

  • Stop hiding the truth!

  • We need an explanation! Tell us what happened! (Dr. Cheng, I beg you.)

  • How did my husband really die?

  • What happened to my son?

  • What happened? (Bring the doctors out!)

  • Stop hiding you cowards!

  • Sudden onset hemorrhage.

  • We misjudged his condition. I'm sorry.

  • We did everything we could to save him.

  • I told you long ago,

  • when it comes to situations like this,

  • there are plenty of reasons to put the responsibility on the patient.

  • But you refuse to listen.

  • When you do this,

  • it damages the hospital's good name!

  • Director,

  • this was clearly the hospital's mistake.

  • And on top of all that, to lie to the patient's family

  • Enough!

  • The board has already decided.

  • But why?

  • Because I told the truth?

  • The hospital made you a sacrificial lamb to settle the dispute.

  • That's not fair at all!

  • No matter what,

  • I told the truth.

  • I was honest with them,

  • so my conscience is clear.

  • I feel at peace.

  • You're a good Christian, so I know you speak from your heart,

  • but did you stop and think

  • the hospital dismissed you for malpractice?

  • That becomes a stain on your work record,

  • and it could be really difficult to find work in the future!

  • Next stop, South Chaoyang Road.

  • Cheng Nuo,

  • I know you might not want to hear this,

  • but they say

  • \"You can't blame someone for not knowing.\"

  • The hospital denied everything,

  • and no one else even said a word,

  • so why did you have to tell them the truth?

  • Mom, Heaven sees all the things we do.

  • I can't just ignore my conscience and lie like that.

  • Nothing against you believing in God, or telling the truth,

  • but there's a time and place for something like that!

  • Ma

  • And now look! Jobless!

  • Telling the truth got you fired! (Hey Mom.)

  • Come on, don't be so hard on her.

  • She's going to find a new job.

  • I have to say something to her.

  • Stop it. We still have my income.

  • It's just someone as honest as her couldn't keep a job anywhere!

  • Okay, calm down, don't be upset.

  • Here, have some water.

  • So you have a bachelor's degree

  • and five years of clinical experience?

  • That's right.

  • And you used to work at a city hospital?

  • Wait to hear from us.

  • So then, you're saying you were terminated?

  • Mm, I was.

  • Ms. Cheng,

  • if we need you in the future, we'll contact you.

  • I'm sorry,

  • but I don't think this position is for you.

  • We'll get back to you.

  • I'm sorry.

  • You're not quite the right fit for our company.

  • I'm sorry. You can go now.

  • Oh

  • Mr. Wang!

  • Mr. Wang!

  • The rebar this contractor used is narrower than before.

  • The cement's not thick enough.

  • If we cut corners like this, there could be issues down the line.

  • Deguang,

  • as long as the primary structure has no issues,

  • don't make such a fuss.

  • Do you know who the contractor on this project is?

  • A city leader's relative.

  • They've asked that we take care of him.

  • But, Mr. Wang,

  • if there's problems with the building, who bears the responsibility?

  • Don't worry, nothing will happen.

  • Deguang, be a bit more flexible.

  • Upsetting the city leader over something like this really isn't worth it.

  • Making things easier for others makes it easy for yourself.

  • It's been three months, and she still hasn't found a job.

  • Come on, don't worry so much about it.

  • How can I not worry?

  • I mean the monthly mortgage is over 3,000.

  • That much?

  • And there's Kai's school fees too.

  • Right now, Deguang is paying for everything.

  • Deguang works two jobs right now,

  • and overtime at night.

  • As his mother, I'm concerned about him.

  • Liwen?

  • Hey Cheng Nuo,

  • I just heard Shuguang Medical Equipment is hiring a new manager.

  • They're a foreign-owned company, and the salary is really good.

  • It's a good opportunity, so fight for it.

  • As a doctor,

  • I can tell what kind of equipment the patients actually need,

  • and I can give consumers professional direction and advice.

  • Those would be my strengths as the new manager.

  • Also,

  • you just said you resigned from your last job, correct?

  • That's right.

  • Being a doctor at a city hospital,

  • it's an admirable profession.

  • So why did you walk away?

  • When I studied medicine,

  • I thought it would be a very noble, holy profession,

  • but it wasn't what I imagined at all.

  • Most hospitals today

  • have self-serving doctors with their own interests,

  • and leaders that put profits above everything.

  • Hospitals aren't just places that save the dying and heal the sick anymore,

  • so I resigned and left the hospital

  • to hopefully find a job that suits me better.

  • Hey, so how was the interview today?

  • I lied to them and said I resigned,

  • not that I was fired.

  • For something as important as this,

  • a little white lie doesn't hurt

  • if it helps you get the job.

  • I feel so guilty for lying about it.

  • God requires us to be honest people,

  • and I want to practice according to His word.

  • Why do I involuntarily lie where my own interests are concerned?

  • Isn't everyone like that after being corrupted by Satan?

  • This society is too pragmatic.

  • You won't get anything done if you don't lie a little.

  • If we tell a lie,

  • we can just pray to God and confess.

  • Cheng Nuo,

  • to pursue being an honest person is completely in accordance with God's will.

  • The fact you feel guilty and not at peace when you lie,

  • that's a good thing.

  • You should go before God, reflect, and confess.

  • As for now, our spiritual stature is small,

  • and there are still some things the flesh cannot forsake.

  • Especially in important matters, we can still lie without realizing it.

  • I've struggled with it myself over the last few years.

  • But as far as pursuing being an honest person,

  • I don't think we can succeed without God's discipline, judgment, and chastisement.

  • You know, at least you're better than me!

  • You may lie about big important things,

  • but me? I still lie about small stuff.

  • Especially since I sell clothes,

  • I don't even know how many times a day I lie.

  • Afterward I always regret it,

  • and I hate myself for cheating my customers,

  • but when I see them there,

  • I open my mouth and lies just come out.

  • I don't know when I'll be able to stop.

  • Really. She's telling the truth now.

  • But there are times she can lie so easily.

  • Even if something looks terrible on them,

  • what else can she say?

  • \"Wow! That shirt is beautiful!

  • It looks amazing on you! Just perfect!

  • Like it was tailor-made for you!\"

  • Oh, and you lie any less than I do?

  • Whenever I hear your boss call you,

  • all that you do is kiss up to him.

  • Even with his co-workers,

  • it's nothing but polite clichés and compliments.

  • It's just work.

  • That's no excuse!

  • You said everything to Mom

  • You're both like eggs.

  • Six of the same; half a dozen of the other.

  • But, I have to tell you,

  • you've believed in God for a while now.

  • You need to take your faith seriously and pursue the truth.

  • You can't be confused and live like non-believers. Huh?

  • I know, Mom!

  • It's true.

  • Your mother is right. You should listen to her.

  • Dad, Mom, come on. Don't worry so much.

  • Of course I believe in God.

  • I've read a lot of God's word, and I see this world clearly.

  • It really is dark and evil,

  • which is why I resolve to be honest.

  • But I only seem to do it when I'm with my brothers and sisters.

  • When I'm around unbelievers,

  • I still have to be careful about what I say.

  • I don't want to offend anyone at work by saying how I really feel,

  • otherwise I might lose my place in the company.

  • Yeah.

  • But now I realize I lie a lot in my life,

  • and it really does worry me.

  • Mom, you know I'm a true believer too.

  • I try my best not to lie and to be an honest person,

  • but sometimes I lie involuntarily. (Yeah.)

  • Just trying to control it doesn't work.

  • I'm learning that being an honest person is difficult,

  • and it looks like resolving it is a very big deal. (Yeah.)

  • Mm, it is.

  • I can say, over the last few years, in my practice,

  • I think the reason we struggle

  • is that we can't forsake our flesh.

  • I discovered that every time I lied,

  • it was my fleshly nature controlling me.

  • We only lie when we're led by our own goals and intentions.

  • Without a heart that loves the truth and fervently wants God,

  • we are still concerned with image and pursue fleshly interests,

  • so there's no way to solve the issue.

  • Mm, that's right.

  • In all the years I've believed,

  • I still haven't resolved the problem of lying.

  • If being an honest person were easy,

  • then we wouldn't need God's judgment.

  • Through God's discipline, I got a little better,

  • and though I lie less now,

  • it can still happen in certain circumstances.

  • Lies and deceit are the deepest-rooted corruption,

  • and they're not easy to escape!

  • Yes.

  • I saw clearly only after God's judgment

  • that people who lie lack their humanity.

  • Isn't someone who can easily lie a devil themself?

  • Unless we see the issue clearly,

  • it won't be easy to stop lying and be honest people.

  • Right.

  • It's really serious, the nature of lying.