Henry Ford once said, "Life is a series of experiences, each of which makes us bigger, even Though its is hard to realize this. For the world was built to develop
character, and we must learn that the setbacks and grief's which we endure help us in our marching onward. Personally, I agree with this statement because I, myself have
experienced certain things that I now realize have made me the person that I am today and have also taught me about the world. Over the years, I have volunteered in many places, but mostly at hospitals in the intensive care unit. Not too long ago did I realize that I enjoyed caring for others and that it had become a hobby of mine. Of all the things that I could have had as a hobby, I chose nursing people back to health.
During my pre-teen years, I began to volunteer at St. Francis Medical Center, alongside my mother, who worked there as a nurse. My mother was the person who encouraged me to become a volunteer worker, but little did she know that I dreaded the fact of going with her. Every weekend I would go with her and perform my assigned duties sluggishly. After a few weeks, my mother noticed that I did not like volunteering at the hospital. As a result, she told me that it was up to me to decide on whether or not I wanted to continue volunteering at St. Francis. Surprisingly enough, I was saddened when she said this to me and this was when I discovered that I wanted to be of assistance to others. Thus, I continued to assist the employer, patients, and visitors at the hospital.
While working at St. Francis, I witnessed many astonishing things. For the first time in my life, I saw the incredible miracle of birth. A woman had gone into labor and my help was needed, so I was called into the labor and delivery room. I was taken aback when the woman gave birth to a baby boy. I was ecstatic when the mother said that I have done a good job I keepi