Yesterday was a Monday and that is about as much as can be said about that! It was busy and I spent my time with patients that were not only dealing with cancer but personal issues as well. It is humbling to be involved and also mind awakening when people are at their worst and need your help and support. Your life may be in turmoil at any given moment but you have to be fully present when helping the patient. Just as you would expect your doctor to be so too. I was so impressed by our Doctors yesterday especially when I see the time and dedication they give to their patients. I see them meet the patient need and above and I feel that they are doing such special work and with all they have on their plates, to take the time and check on this or that member of staff that is dealing with their own issues, it is heartwarming.
I keep falling back to what my minister said a couple weeks ago in a sermon and that is, are we flourishing in life or languishing? We all have choices to make. Ever wonder how one person faces such awful circumstances and seems more together than you will ever become? The fruits of their lives help others around them, with their compassion, caring, dedication,understanding, and love...not to mention humor. It is ok to laugh, even when times are tough. So for today, seek out some random act of kindness and make it a better day for you and others and check back in when I get back to more data-based inf