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Crossroads of Life

Published August 20, 2015 2:59 PM by Leatitia Coetzee

The last couple of months I have been struggling to find my purpose in life. Did I choose right and all those sorts of questions.  And lately after two bad test results, I felt like such a failure at life I should just give it up. I am not good enough. But nursing is my dream, and all I want to do is be the best at what I do. My whole life has led up to this phase of my existence.

So I have decided to carry on, to push on and work harder. Do I stop feeling sorry for myself and lift my head high and start to believe in the gift that God had given me, to be able to touch and love people unconditionally?

Albert Einstein said:" You have to learn the rules of the game. And then play it better than anyone else." Harsh words to some, but when you look at it, it is so true.

In life when we love and believe something, we have to take all the challenges that go along with wanting success.

One of the most inspirational people in my life, my mother Christa Coetzee, said to me this week that I was her pride, that she loved me and what I have accomplished in my life up until now and that she knows that I can and will be successful.

All I have to do is give everything to God so that he can lead me and give me the strength to carry on. She has always pushed me to break my boundaries. She allowed me to fly high and has always been my safety net and warm blanket of unconditional love in my life.  I will always be grateful to having such an inspirational mother and best friend in my life.

I realized last week that I am stronger than I thought I was, I have the courage and conviction to achieve my God-given dream.

I am a strong, independent, powerful and blessed woman of God and through my nursing I have the opportunity to live an exceptional life.

So I choose life, I choose my passion, I choose to be stronger than ever and to finish my dream

Like Patch Adams said, "The most radical act anyone can commit is to be happy."



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