The moment the gentleman pictured here was taken to the hospital after a failed terrorist catastrophe, I thought: nurses are taking care of him.
How did they do it?
Naturally, this would be a great interview, but since breech of confidentiality is such a big deal, we may never hear this part of the story.
This man is trained to hate. That much I can pretty much bet on.
What happens if someone had the opportunity to match his hate with his love? Yes, 5% of nurses are men.
Is it worth putting out the energy to love such a person?
I wrote about this on my Daily Prayer Blog this morning, and these are the words that I wrote: "This is my vow as a nurse: to serve no matter who the person, no matter what they did or did not do, even if they are injured after blowing up a plane in a terrorist attack! They are in my care, and I must love them."
So is this true? For me, yes it is. Loving him is better than matching his hate with my hate.
Is it better to become what you are trying to destroy?
I am a nurse who loves my patients. This is easier than most other things I do.
It is why I became a nurse.
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