My Journey Of Becoming A Nurse Essay

1356 Words Apr 7th, 2015 6 Pages
We live in a world where the human race seems disconnected. Nowadays it feels that there are not enough people helping each other. I don’t treat life as a competition I look and I ask myself how may I help? What may I do to make my surroundings a more suitable place for all to live a comfortable and peaceful life? I yearn to take the next step and fulfill my role and contribute to our society in any way possible. Nursing is my calling for serving others. It sounds cliché, this I know, but it’s what I desire and what I decided to do with my body, mind, and soul.
It is unconceivable the few people (out of the countless people on this earth) I have met through my journey of becoming a nurse; I’ve been fortunate enough to have crossed paths with a handful of individuals who have advanced my personal growth (till this day none know how each assisted in this process). A unique individual Ms. Grant removed the shades from my eyes. She gave me the power to believe in me, she provided me with tools necessary to meet my true self. With her instruction I emerged into the woman I am today. A brilliant Professor gave me permission to pick his brain. He shared a little secret with me: the impossible is possible. A fascinating and fearless co-worker who exhibited how not to take no for an answer. He taught me the meaning of when one door closes one must gain access to a window. A marvelous boss Mrs. Logan she encouraged me to look beyond the horizon. It was this spectacular person who…

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