27 September, 2020

Life Of A Nurse: Privilege Of Holding A Dying Person’s Hand Or That Of A Newborn Is A Blessing

Sarojini Telly serves as a nursing officer in Neil islands in the Andamans. She narrates some mind-boggling true life incidents that highlight why nurses are a gift to the mankind

Life Of A Nurse: Privilege Of Holding A Dying Person’s Hand Or That Of A Newborn Is A Blessing
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2020-04-25T11:14:05+05:30

I am a nursing officer. I want to share the 28 years of my journey as a nurse with you. I have always desired to be a nurse. After all these years of service, I have a feeling that I am at the edge of the horizon and that my journey is coming to an end. It’s not a big deal to be a nurse but becoming a nurse and working to make ends meet is an invaluable experience. If you ask what is nursing, I should answer that it is the pure submission of oneself in service of others. It humbles you, teaches you patience and self-control. It helps you build relationships and teaches you to cherish it with love and care. My profession has been a very important part of my life and I believe that each day, God holds my hand and leads me through.

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