Itís finally our semester break! No more reading those thick medical books over coffee until the wee hours of the morning. Imagine that, two weeks of sleeping soundly wand worry-free. Thatís a cool proposition.
The past six months had been swift, grueling and hectic. It felt just like yesterday when I sat at the back of the class room for the first day. Days turned into weeks as I got barraged by exams, reports, conferences and other school work. My social life had turned nil, with
Saturdays for a student usually meant his rest day. After all, its a Saturday and its a day to rest and, in some cases, heal the wounds inflicted the week before, or even just the night before. With all the booze? Come on, You need a whole day to rest for that.
But that's not in the vocabulary of a medical student. Not by a long shot, not when you have the major exams looming the week ahead.
I had it figured out. I scheduled my subjects accordingly and created a sort of
For those who give the slightest care in reading my blogs, they know that Iíve had a bad month last month. Iíd rather not relive those horrible memories so I wonít restate them here. But ever since that discouraging downfall, Iíve decided to tuck my tail between my feet and return with a comeback trap. Iíve worked double time in my studies, bought a highlighter pen and used it in my notes for the first time, and read my textbooks like thereís no tomorrow.
And so, this week was a rather
I could not imagine how two weeks can stir me up like how a hurricane would.
It was just four weeks ago when I finally entered my medicine proper studies. The first week was so light and stress-less, I was actually going home hours earlier than the actual dismissal time. And did I mention that this was sanctioned by the professor? The succeeding weeks came out fine, and I was trotting along the lessons with a fair amount of ease, not that these lessons were easy. It was just that
DISCLAIMER: The following text tackles religion. I am not imposing the belief of God to anybody who doesn't share the same perspective, so I request that there be no discussion about the existence of God nor the belief of Him. For the purposes of discussion, let us assume God does exist.
I was talking with my family and some of the family friends when our discussion came to the topic of the reconciliation of manís sinful nature and Godís creations being ďgood.Ē