Latest 6 Doctors Day Quotes
If medicine is something you want on most days even if you feel insecure about yourself or the profession sometimes then look at your life and figure out how you’re going to make it happen. Maybe that means an MD. Maybe it means a DO. Maybe it means becoming an NP or RN or PA. Maybe it means getting an MBA and doing hospital administration, or maybe it means getting an MPH and working on larger health issues. But just because you’re temporarily feeling “not smart enough” or “not interested enough” or whatever doesn’t mean that medicine is absolutely something you shouldn’t pursue. And, again, forget anyone that suggests the former.
Here are the Best Doctors Day Quotes :
- To the girl in school: If you feel for a moment all of this is too much, or perhaps, you should give up, and you find yourself wondering why you took all of this on, or why it’s so tough take a moment to stop, breathe, and trust. Trust that with every word you write, the exam you take, and the degree you earn, this is the most important lesson you can learn: all of this is impossible, but not in your own strength. You must look to God, Who continuously equips. For in Him, the process, the investment, the time is worth it. The school will most certainly pose its challenges, but you can still make it. Especially when you know the source of your strength.
Doctors Day Quotes
- At the end of the day, when it comes down to it, all we really want is to be close to somebody. So this thing where we all keep our distance and pretend not to care about each other, it’s usually a load of bull. So we pick and choose who we want to remain Close to, and once we’ve chosen those people, we tend to stick close by. No matter how much we hurt them. The people that are still with you at the end of the day, are the ones worth keeping. And sure, sometimes close can be too close. But sometimes, that invasion of personal space can be exactly what you need.
- Our lives are built on our mistakes as much as our successes. The first time I won the Harper Avery I dedicated it to the men who had been so supportive *haha* no just kidding. The first time I won the Harper Avery I thought screw all those boys, I stood there holding that trophy and I thought about everything I’d sacrificed, what I’d overcome and I dedicated that award to all the women surgeons who would come after me.
- “Why medicine? Why the hard journey? Why go through it all?” Truth be told, it’s not something you can explain in simple terms. It’s a very personal dream; a very strong dream. And the desire to help others is unexplainable. But you’re the only one that fully knows why you do medicine. And why you want to pursue the hard journey. And why you want to go through it all. Medicine is personal; deep down to your soul.
- If there’s just one piece of advice I can give you, it’s this: When there’s something you really want, fight for it, don’t give up no matter how hopeless it seems. And when you’ve lost hope, ask yourself if 10 years from now, you’re gonna wish you gave it just one more shot. Because the best things in life, don’t come free.
- From learning the name”/of bones to fixing them, from eve “Eww” to every “Woahh”, from every “it stinky” to “I’m used to it”, from buying your first lab coat to owing the coat with your name written on It, You’re going to win you’re going to live your dream.