Compassion might hurt, but it also heals.
You know how when your dreams become a reality, they're more challenging yet somehow better than you could have ever imagined?
After a long day of work, I was scrolling through my newsfeed on Facebook before bed (horrible habit, I know) and stumbled across the story of RaDonda Vaught. Maybe you're familiar with her, maybe you're not. In case you're not, here's the exact video that piqued my interest by Z Dogg, MD, a video/blogger physician:… Continue reading A Deadly Mistake: Thoughts on the Criminal Charges Against RaDonda Vaught
Jesus did not deserve to suffer for us, for me, for her, but yet He did without complaint. He left Himself exposed, willingly...Am I not called to do the same for others?
Destruction takes seconds; creativity takes time.
When the chance for authentic service comes around, do we stop to help or do we pass it by?
If people aren’t happy with our best effort, there’s nothing that we can give that’s going to make them happy. And if we are not happy with the best effort that others give us, there's nothing that others can give us that's going to make us happy.
It takes the tragic death of a good person to make us stop rationalizing and start sitting in the brokenness and pain of our human condition.
Constantly craving new neurological stimuli has its limits and inherent dangers. If we constantly seek something new instead of exploring the familiar in greater depth, we run the risk of destroying something healthy.
I would have struggled so much more if it were not for the helpful travel nurse community, so I want to pass everything I've learned onto you!