today was a really hard day
and it’s not getting any easier.
there is a very very high chance I will be carting a lot of books to Accra
but I have to say that i’m very thankful for the friend who
is willing to patiently sit in a room with me for 6 hours and teach me medicine…
You are such a good person.
the friend who brings me a huge peach smoothie and watches me cry while looking on reassuringly
I’m going to miss you so much I don’t even know how to deal with it.
and most of all, my guy who can always make me laugh and smile and help me put my world back into perspective
I love you.
Maybe since God can’t really reach down and comfort us, he sends his people to do it.
Is it good to be a doctor? I mean, are we doing the right thing?
the Best Good Friend, in a recent residency-is-hard conversation.
This is a question that pre-meds and med students think they know the answer to, yet most residents and attendings aren’t quite so sure about all the time. Probably a question we should all be asking occasionally.
my prayer tonight.
Father, help me trust in you. Help me be more faithful. Help me love you more and serve you more and seek you more
help me represent you more
I love you God, thank you for saving me
my life is for yours to use
there’s no more time and i’m not done.
In searching for a special way to photograph her daughter Emma on her 5th birthday, Jaime Moore decided to dress her up as the most influential women in history. She writes about the series:
I wanted her to know the value of these amazing women who had gone against everything so she can now have everything.
5-Year-Old Dresses Up as the Most Influential Women in History
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future mother in law
brought me a bowl of boiled gai lan, white rice, and an entire chicken, with ginger on the side
my pastor sent out a devotional but Os Hillman,
these words stuck to me:
Some of the biggest obstacles will be inside of you: self-doubt, insecurity, procrastination, and worry. You must give yourself permission to succeed.
When we persevere through adversity, we win the approval of our Lord Jesus Christ, who told the suffering church at Ephesus, “I know your deeds, your hard work and your perseverance… . You have persevered and have endured hardships for my name, and have not grown weary” (Rev. 2:2-3).
May 20, 2013 at 10:42pm
I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength
Did anyone else come away from the 2013 Billboard Music Awards feeling depressed? Between the surly audience and the pretentious celebs, that was an understandable reaction.
Popular entertainment is a religion of sorts. Its aim is to uplift and inspire us. The Grammy Awards generally succeed in…
CW rocked his GMAT :)
Sometimes I get frustrated at myself because I don’t know how he can concentrate so hard and get it done.
It’s so dumb to compete with him.
1 down 4 to go
passed oncology…didn’t think it was possible when I realized I had completely forgotten to study the entire section of myeloproliferative neoplasms until 6 hours before the final
Instead of a guest book have your guests highlight their favorite bible passage and sign next to it. The bride and groom will be able to go through these passages together.
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