I Believed Once is about the reality of how news can change the landscape of history and human perception on things. The social media interaction also leads to damaging reputation and even lives if people weren’t responsibile enough to respect certain boundaries.
Nowadays, people write whatever they want even if it degrades others because of the animosity in the world of social media but it shouldn’t be that way. People should learn to lift others when they feel down. People should be compassionate to others despite not knowing them personally.
Animosity should be coupled with Social Responsibility. It’s not an excuse if you are a nobody in social media, when you say something you should be responsible to the consequences of your action. I hope that people shouldn’t rely mostly on online interaction but we should expose ourselves in the world with real people to talk to and create memories with them. This is how things should be.
Walking is a form of unwinding. Taking a stroll early in the morning before the start of a long day is nice but I’m not a morning person so I prefer to walk after a tiring day.
Looking at the sea calms my nerves. I felt the serenity of the surrounding radiates to me.
The contrasting photos are from two different places but the feeling seems similar to an overdue vacation finally being realized especially after a weeklong busy day.
Study and Tour tells us that there is life outside medicine and that students should spend time not only in studying but also with family and friends.
2017 was a year of hope, acceptance, healing and realization. It was indeed a new beginning for me in a lot of aspects. It was a year I can say that “I healed.”
Looking back at 2016 when I thought things went wrong and I lost faith in things, in people, in God but comes 2017 when I realized last year wasn’t that bad in fact it was a blessing in disguise. I have time to evaluate myself, my family and my future (though I still have some unanswered question in the latter but it’s a minor detail) and saw that I grew farther away from my family as I chased on my dreams. Some says it’s given when your into medical profession that you’ll have to miss birthday and celebration. Even missing out their personal growth in terms of physical, emotional and social that you can’t seem to connect with them anymore even if you wanted to because you’re to focused on your own that you failed to see what was being unfolded before your very eyes but I got lucky to be present even if it cost me a lot of tears and challenges along the way.
The process I underwent was hard but it made me get in touch with my humanity. It’s strange way of putting things into perspective nevertheless God plans is working in strangest of ways possible that even a human mind can’t phantom.
This year, 2018, I’m more hopeful that I’ll be able to achieve my goals, my dreams and my reality. I’ll be ready for the things to come and work harder to become an efficient, reliable, knowledgable and compassionate doctor in the very near future. I’ll lift up my hopes to God and pray for guidance and protection for this year and the years to come.
Let me greet you “Happy New Year” and cheers for more writing, blogging and reading. I also hope that we continue on supporting and inspire each other. Let us all welcome the year with a smile in our faces.
MedMarathon Day 1 is just the beginning of the continued learning process. Have faith and all will be worth it.
MedMarathon: Medical Books Marathon is reading of medical books that challenges the ability of a student to gain knowledge by reading and understanding.
Is this doable or a sign of insanity?
Climate change started years ago and it is still happening now. There were many actions taken by the World Health Organization and United Nations in creating a sustainable solutions.
Recently, the nations of the world gathered in Paris to address the issue about climate change. They emphasized that the effects were affecting our health.
We are no spared from the effects of Climate change. It is a long standing problem that we must give attention.
Death toll due to environmental causes is about 23% of the global population. Most of the deaths came from Southeast Asian Region followed by Western Pacific Region and African Region. These areas have more developing countries than developed ones which only shows that the effects of climate change in developing countries are devastating than the first class nations.
It is just unfair because of the fact that most developed nations where much higher polutions came from contributing the most to climate change doesn’t felt the effects of their doing rather the poor and vulnerable countries suffers in their behalfs.
Hoping that this will be an eye opener for countries which have polutants greater than most of the countries to unite and do something about the polutions problems in their own countries.