Time to throw in the towel... - page 2
Well, today was the third time in six years of being a nurse that I either cried or was on the verge of tears. I'm a male nurse and I am NOT ashamed of this. I was on the verge of tears for two... Read More
0May 6, '13 by loving-nurse/kimYour description of the patients reply to what you said about being a nurse with two hands, changed me perspective about missionary nursing. See, I go on mission trips now and have helped in certain health clinics in Panama and Guatemala. However, those clinics were filled with children and families who were thankful for whatever help we offered and no one seemed to be close to dying. I am entering my third. (Second to last semester) of nursing school and then I am starting on missions with a team from my church. I am in school to be a missionary nurse and I pray that even though I help the 99, but can't get to the 1... Maybe the 1 person will see the love that was given to those 99 and that hope and love he witnessed will give him the strength to survive. You're doing amazing work. You can't save then all but many times you make a difference in others lives, in such an indirect way all you can do is your best!