Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about when I grow up. I was fortunate to be present when my grandmother passed away and hold her hand. That experience let me realize what I wanted to accomplish when I grew up. I intended on becoming a nurse. I wish to improve people’s moods.
The field of nursing is honorable. It requires placing the needs of your patient above your own. It necessitates an awareness of human emotions and empathy for the suffering of others. What could be more fulfilling than putting a troubled mind to rest or providing a body in anguish with pain relief. It could seem like a thankless profession, especially considering the hard hours and the fact that the doctor always gets the credit.
I want to be more than just a nurse. I wish to work as a nurse at a hospice. Those who are terminally sick and want to live out their days in the comfort of their own homes are the focus of hospice care. Occasionally they may not have someone to care for them, in which case hospice care is necessary.
I want to be present for individuals who are making their final stage in the afterlife. I want to be there to comfort them and hold their hands. I want to be able to ease their final leg of the journey and provide them with as much comfort as I can. I want to make the most of the life that God has given me and use it to benefit his people. Thank you.