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Jean Marie" The Gods? lol. I serve Jesus Christ, there are no God's here in my life, just one. and my spirituality doesnt live for what the God wants, thats weird and sounds devilish. anywho. God puts us through things so that we can learn from them, and learn how to trust him. thats what i am experiencing, and thats what i nmeant. but i am not staying here purposely till i like it, cos then what the point of leaving after that, i have applied to other positions, but feel like there must be a fix or improvement in me that might need to happen so that whatever that is will not also carry on with me to the next job.
Thanks for your post tho.
Ah, there are 1000s of gods to worship,
and only 1/4 to 1/3 of the planet worships the bible gods.
and yes, there are 3 gods in the bible, each with it's own
unique personality, and they speak of each other, and sometimes, directly TO each other.
That's either multiple gods, or early schizophrenia, imo.
Yes, yes, christains all say, "oh, it's just 3 parts of one god!" but, having different names, and different (and sometimes opposite) personalities, and are sometimes simultaneously present at same time, which talk about and to
each other, does indicate separate entities.
I have many facets of my own self, yet, none of them speak to each other,(whew, right? ha ha) nor do any of them have their own separate names.
what? nah, i am mere mortal, just being rational, in response to your public appeal for feedback on the job you said that you hate.
i am not entirely certain how "my spirituality doesn't live for the the god wants, that's weird and sounds devilish" equates to being "devilish"(?) as some christians do claim to live to do what the gods want. But, i readily agree, there is a vast difference in how christians interpret the bible, and their gods, and what role the gods play in their life plans.
It is your choice to imagine that suffering is sent by the gods so you can learn lessons. There is zero empirical evidence that gods send suffering, but, one can choose to view suffering as sent by the gods to learn some lesson. I don't see suffering that way, but, you are free to do so. I can learn from mistakes, bad experiences, etc, yet, i do not believe these disasters are sent by gods.
I did misunderstand your original post, as you saying you felt you had to stay there til you learned some lesson, or learned to like the job. (as your post title suggests). sorry for my misunderstanding your post.
Re: your job, yes yes, learning and growing are great,
and almost all new nurses experience this, especially that first year, wow, eh? Whole lotta learning and adjusting goes on!!
but, it's possible, you could still learn lessons in less horrible environment that you don't "hate", too.
It's possible, your body will never ever adjust to nightshift. It's possible,
the gods are hoping you will decide to move to a healthier shift for you. Not all
humans can work nightshift and feel physically or emotionally healthy.
best of luck on your decisions!!