Wednesday, February 19, 2014

It's a NEW DAY!

As I anxiously got dressed this morning, I realized how things have changed for me.  I am no longer on the beautiful island of Dominica, attempting to beat the clock with watching my lectures for the day.  I am no longer walking everywhere I have to go.  I am no longer rushing to a class or a Integrated Clinical Groups, but I am driving.  I'm driving to campus to study for my STEP 1 exam...It's a new day!....

I decided to slow down, take some time off and enjoy life, my sons, mom, friends, etc.  Although, I'm not meeting my Feb 2014 Step 1 exam dateline I set last year, more importantly...I found my peace.  I'm at peace with where I am right now in this process.  I'm at peace with the fact that I have successfully complete my Basic Sciences and now, I am embarking onto the next phase of my medical school career....Clinical Clerkships.....And what better place to begin a new task, than in Miami, FL....

I'm now in the beautiful area of Miami, FL...and it is absolutely lovely.  The atmosphere is fantastic and just puts you in a good mood.  As I was driving to campus this morning to begin my hard core Step 1 studying, I noticed cars rushing by me.  People going about their daily tasks and I could not help but, THANK GOD for where I am right now.  I realized, "It's a NEW DAY for me, a new area for me to grow.....and it feels GOOD!"

"Therefore, judge Nothing before the appointed time.  Wait until the Lord comes.  He will bring to light what is hidden in darkness and will expose the motives of the heart. At that time EACH will receive their praise from GOD".  1 Cor 4:5 NIV

Enjoy your day....though times past may have seemed impossible or you never thought you will see today...STOP and REALIZE....YOU made it...It's A NEW DAY!....Enjoy it....You are on the verge of something bigger than yourself....Live Life!

Now, go live your dreams....

1 comment:

  1. I love, love, love getting updates on your posts. They come as little prods to keep me on track of my ultimate goals. Thanks, and I wish you all the best!