Thursday, November 1, 2018

ride it out

had ALOT of epiphanies when having a post mock osce dinner with zy ytd
not sure how much of it applies to exam and how much to real life but before a resus scenario, the 1st thing to do is take ur own pulse. and DEFINITELY before the comms station, the 1st thing to do is take your own pulse
and tbh i think it translates to real life too. i realized that the people i idolize, i idolize them not for their ability to run around the resus room like a headless chicken (that is for the newb mo having SVT on their first ever resus shift. even i dont count as a newb mo anymore. haha.) i idolize them for how calm they are in the middle of all the raging storms, no matter how stressful the situation is but they can still calm everyone down. no need to be a gancheong excited spider but can still get the work done, WELL. 
well, not sure if i can ever reach that level of zen-ness in real life. but i can definitely try to reach it in a mock exam osce for starters. haha. 
funny how this song speaks to me even after all these years lol
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Sometimes you feel like you're losing yourself in this life
You're a ship with your sails set high and there's wind in the air tonight
You pray someone saves you
Before the storm takes you
When you feel afraid
The waves they will shake you
They may strike fear in your heart
Oh, this trial will shape you
Help you find life in the dark
When you stand on the edge of an ocean
Don't let it swallow your faith
Don't you turn around in the sea of doubt
You don't want to drown if the ship goes down
So clear your eyes
Keep your sails high
And ride it out through the sea of doubt
Don't let your fear steal your finest hour
Embrace the ride
Keep your sails high
And ride it out
The wind will take you where you're meant to be
The waves will break when your Creator speaks
And when it's over you will clearly see
That the storm was only there to show you what it takes to believe

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