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Os guerreiros da luz mantém o brilho nos olhos.
Estão no mundo, fazem parte da vida de outras pessoas. Começaram sua jornada sem alforge e sem sandálias. Muitas vezes são covardes. Nem sempre agem certo.
Os guerreiros da luz sofrem por coisas inúteis, tem atitudes mesquinhas, e às vezes se julgam incapazes de crescer.
Frequentemente acreditam-se indignos de qualquer benção ou milagre.
Os guerreiros da luz nem sempre têm certeza do que estão fazendo aqui. Muitas vezes passam noites em claro, achando que suas vidas não têm sentido.
Por isso são guerreiros da luz. Porque erram. Porque se peguntam. Porque procuram uma razão – e com certeza vão encontrá-la.
There are a million different things you can do with your gap year, but this is what I decided to do. I decided to take the year because I wanted to explore medicine more, travel, and prepare myself for school.
1. One of the first things I decided to do was join a free health clinic in Pittsburgh. This was, and still is, one of my most memorable experiences in medicine thus far. I was a volunteer and would help out with the clinic work, along with other obstacles that our community members might have faced, like applying for Medicaid, getting a license, finding housing and employment, and the like. I highly recommend volunteering, even if it's just for a few days a week. It helped reinforce my decision to pursue medicine.
2. I explored Pittsburgh and got to travel back home to Iraq for roughly 2 months. This was a great opportunity to relax before getting back into school mode. My visit was really amazing. I highly recommend traveling. It doesn't have to be to another country, even exploring the city that you're in will expose you up to new, worthwhile experiences.
3. I worked in the hospital as a patient care technician. This was also incredibly important for me because I wanted to experience how the medical team operated but from a different vantage point. I got to work with some amazing nurses, PAs, and physicians. I was able to hone my skills in working in an interdisciplinary team. Seeing medicine from the less glamorous side really allowed me to gain a greater appreciation for the whole medical team, and the roles we all maintain.
4. Prepare your application, early! Having time off is a great convenience because you can take the time and get all your application material prepared and ready to submit. This means being proactive with letters of recommendation, personal statements, and extracurricular submissions. Meet with your pre-health advisor and get your application submitted, early!
These are some things that I did. I hope they're helpful!
Did you take a gap-year? If so, what was most memorable for you?