I’m currently doing my internship in Hospital Sultan Abdul Halim, Kedah. Before you misunderstand anything, I’m actually taking Diploma of Networking Support (IT) instead of medic. I loved biology but I guess we don’t have so much chemistry to each other so I moved on to IT. Why should we wait for something that’s not fated for us? Maybe we live in that we-accept-the-love-we-think-we-deserve way too much. Okay move on.
Working in the hospital area has realized me lots of things. From the moment you park your car in the early morning to punch your card into the punch card machine in the evening. What can I say, I learn a lot.
Since I started my internship on the 1st of December 2014 (which will be end on this April where a day feel like a year I swear!) I start to appreciate my health even more. The fact that we always forget how priceless our health is now has utterly opened my eyes. But too bad, in the moment we care so much of our own, we forget about the people around us, especially our loved ones.
I have seen many kinds of illness and pain endured by these patients albeit I’m not the doctor myself. I’m honestly don’t like watching them waiting for their turn to meet the doctor or to take their medicines as they have to wait for their numbers to appear on the screen board. Their faces obviously show how weak they are and for those people who accompany them, I can see the word ‘tedious’ on their foreheads as if written there. I just hope everyone gets to see the doctor as soon as they arrived without having to wait for their turn but that’s just not make sense.
We only start to appreciate our health once we got sick. We tend to do something bad to our health (smoking, eat a lot of junk foods, less exercise) with so many unaffiliated reasons. The point is, let’s live in a healthy way and try to avoid the negative vibes. Never let a thing ruins your day and stresses you out. As I remind this to all of you, I remind this to my own self as well.