Whats your favorite montra or saying? - page 6
What keeps you going? I carry a copy of the little engine that could in my back pack. I think I can, I think I can Another I like Just keep swimming , swimming What are yours?... Read More
Feb 1, '13 by under_the_starsI love this thread. "Be still and know this too shall pass." My sister and I share this with each other in hard times.
Feb 1, '13 by AbbyMcDI have a special prayer that I always say on the bus on my way to clinical. I say: God, please help me to be the best nursing student that I can be today. Please help me to help my patients, my fellow students, the nurses, the aides, the doctors, and my clinical instructor. Amen.Also, during the actual clinicals I sing that song from the karate kid, "you're the best around"
Feb 1, '13 by nurseintraining33Thanks for all the inspiration
This is mine:
"So don't be afraid to make mistakes, to stumble, to fall, cause most of the time the greatest rewards come from doing the things that scare you the most."
Feb 1, '13 by Jennifer0512Everything will be okay in the end, if it's not okay it's not the end!
Feb 2, '13 by Old SoulThis thread came at the perfect time for me…teetering on the edge of a meltdown while staring down a paper. Thanks to everyone for sharing. I have seen a bunch of my fav's, here is another:
No one ever said it would be easy, they said it would be worth it.
Feb 2, '13 by mariebailey, MSN, RNQuote from Red35Huh???Until you stalk and overrun, you cannot devour anyone.
Feb 2, '13 by mjo07This thread is great! I like these:
Just smile and let it be.
You must be the change you wish to see in the world-Ghandi
Feb 2, '13 by mssjez"Fear is an emotion, it is not a barrier to successful behavior. You can be completely scared out of your wits and function totally competently."
Feb 2, '13 by Glycerine82, LPN"Drink life as it comes , straight. No chaser". And. "No day but today" oh, and "this too shall pass", but I apply it to all aspects. The good things will pass and the bad things will pass. :-).
"No day but today"
Feb 3, '13 by melaniestudentWhen my husband graduated from Infantry training, the general who spoke at the ceremony said this:
"This is the life you chose."
He reminded them that they would all deploy within a year, and would many times wonder why they had to work so hard and suffer so much and be away from their families. He wasn't wrong. But my husband and I would remind each other of that phrase and move past the complaints. After all, we'd chosen it.
This has helped me so many times. Whatever happens, I have a choice about the outcome. When I wonder why my job is going crappy or why school is so hard...I just remind myself that I am responsible for it, not someone else. And I am responsible for doing something about it.
Feb 15, '13 by KimynurseToday is my first test
I'm going to my two favorites
I think I can, I think I can!!!!
If others can/did it so can I
Feb 15, '13 by BringonthenightThere will always be people with more. But there will always be more people with less.