Originally written several years ago….I wanted to share this post again in light of learning about an ER physician Dr. Anoop Kumar who published a book which highlights aspects of practicing medicine, of caring for others, we too often overlook and do not include in our daily care of patients..here’s his website…please check it out. It’s “good medicine“. Love to you all!
In a busy ER it can be a challenge to slow down and really be present for people. Let’s face it, being a patient in the ER it’s not really our best moment. We’re vulnerable, often scared and unsure of what’s going to happen. There’s a lot of fear. In my life before, my tolerance level was low. Now, I’m able to function from the point of view of the people I care for and I care for everyone very much. For me, the people I take care of are people, not patients. They are beings of love and light and I am connected to every one of them. Compassion and love are my point of view. May you have a beautiful, healthy day! xox