Face the Whistle

One of the most difficult things I must face each day is whether I stop and face the whistle, or decide to drown it out. How I respond to this decision, day in and day out, is what separates growth from decay.

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The Humanity of Medicine

I was a third year medical student on a Sunday morning when the reality of what I had chosen as my life career truly hit me square in the gut. At that moment, I realized how intimate the practice of medicine was, and that I would have to bring not only my brain and skills to work every day, but also my heart.

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