The Grateful Life Book focuses on finding spirituality in every aspect of life, even the most insignificant ones. I think that the smallest bit of hope and peace can really be found anywhere. My inspiration has been my work in a local nursing home over the past few years. After becoming an RN (registered nurse), I wasn’t sure what path I wanted to pursue. All I knew was that I wanted to help people, in some way. So, I mostly applied to hospitals, along with a few nursing homes and other establishments. Because I was so impatient to go out there and change other people’s lives, I took the first job offer I received, at my current nursing home – and I haven’t looked back.
How I Cope With The Trials Of Daily Life
I won’t lie and say my job isn’t depressing at times, because it definitely is. It’s hard to watch my patients, who I’ve grown to truly love over the years, suffer from physical ailments or experience family abandonment. I can’t even properly explain the kind of pain they feel, much less my own. That’s why I try to make a difference. By tapping into spirituality and meditation, I can find a calmness that helps me deal with this worldly pain. So with that, I can embrace a positive energy and spread it to the people I love.
Not everyone has such an emotionally taxing job, and that’s fine! I think the advice and topics I cover on The Grateful Life Book will be helpful to all sorts of people. No matter what your position in life is, I’m sure that you have at least some stresses that can bog you down from time to time. By finding your inner, spiritual self, you can find a place to retreat to when it’s all just becoming too much. You’ll be able to put everything into perspective, see your life with fresh eyes, and make the right choices for you, your family, and your loved ones.
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