Reposted: “Winning in Medicine”, written by Girelle Camarillo
I entered medical school as a fresh university graduate teeming with life and dream. I could say with my own standards that I was prepared well by the academe, by the church and by my self-pep talk for the next season I had to weather. The cry of my heart was to bloom where I was planted and the song of my spirit was, “Lord, here I am use me; send me for your glory.” I was fully aware of my purpose. But later on I would come to realize that to live it out was a different territory.
It didn’t take long since I had a step in to medicine, that I was thieved of enthusiasm and excellence… via Winning In Medicine