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Healthy Living: The helping hand

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Hope you all are alive.

Healthy Living: My vow

Friday, August 21, 2015

My vow.

1. I will have faith in myself and my ability.  I will not question my chances. 
--> For I am not the person who decide that.

2. I will not think about things I have no control over. 

3. I stay in my uncomfortable zone to things that is expected of me. 

Healthy Living: Achievement

In order to advance yourself, you must have the dream AND the ambition to see it through. This means having the willpower to carry the task through and go past your comfort zone. 

In order to rise:
1. you have to have the vision. 
2.You have to believe in yourself. 
3.You have to be willing to step out of your comfort zone. 
4.You have to be willing to carry carry your vision through to the end even 

You will face discomfort and scared. No matter what people say, you absolutely have to believe in yourself. You have to believe in yourself and be willing to do the task and carry it through. No matter what people say. You have to continue to push even when you don't feel comfortable, even when you are unsure, even when you are scared, even when you have fear, you have to carry it through. 


Healthy Living: Writing my applications

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

I am slowly writing the stories about events that has made who I am today.
In the mist of this whole process, I can't help reflecting and thinking back to the old days when I was a child and when I was in high school. The memories of the things that were most valuable to me. I remembered the person was formally in a relationship to the crush I had in college. And even though a part of me miss all of those memories, memories of them are like old pictures. It is something you treasure, something you look back once every rainy day and take in the moment when it was all real. But the moment end, you slowly put these pictures back to the boxes and slowly tuck them away in the back of your mind. They will forever remain there and leave a kind impression on you as you walk slowly toward the future and what is waiting for you.

 I pray for guidance.

Healthy Living: One day

Thursday, August 13, 2015

This past week, many students are going back to school and many medical school across the US are welcoming a new group of medical school students. They have worked hard and they have struggled. They are the best and the brightest of the group.

And thought this, I can't be any happier for them. They have made it.Their ship has reached pear.

But in this, my ship is slowly leaving the safety reef and heading out to sea. It scares me because I am officially applying to medical school. And it all been so unreliable that I am here right now.

And the idea of being out in the ocean scares me. But I came to see that this perspective is a bit wrong. I am not going out to sea for the first time. I have always been at sea, since August of 2014 when I graduated college, I entered the sea.

My MCAT was the big waves, and the obstacles that I have to overcome to keep my boat afloat. And with a lot of love and bless from above, I made it passed the MCAT. With helped and guidance, I submitted my primary application to medical school.

I was not leaving any reef or safety harbor. It has already happen and this application is a part of this journey. I truly do not know where this journey will lead me and how treacherous the path may lead. I have no idea of how long I will go through this process or what trouble awaits me.

But I realized from the MCAT that this path is for me. This hardship, this pain, and everything that comes with it, I will find a way to bear. I'll see it through. I hope no big current awaits and no shark along the way. This whole process has been eye opening and challenging my nerve and my faith every step of the way

I feel like a little boat at sea, challenging the current. But I am not alone. I pray guidance.

Healthy Living: August

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

So, I been out again. I was away for most of July because of work.

I was at camp. Had an amazing time. I will post more things about camp in the next few post.
But here, I just can't believed it already August.

Healthy Living: Finding heart

Saturday, July 11, 2015

This is the place that welcome me into the world. This is the home my parents stayed in for 8 whole years. This was the home that shelter me away from the hardship and starvation from vietnam. In this place, I was fortunate enough not to go hungry. My parents had a safe place to live and food provided for. This wasn't technically freedom, but it was a place where it was my first home.

I keep this picture on my mom's laptop to remind me of where I came from and the difficulties my family faced when I was growing up. I am both thankful for the kindness that allowed my family to stay in this refugee camp and gave me a safe space to spend my first few years into the world. I am also thankful that this home has eventually lead my family to America.

I am thankful for everything that has happen to me. I am going through a difficult time with the MCAT & Application processes. But this picture and memories like this keep me grounded and reminded me of how fortunate I am to be here.

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Hi! My name is Jenny. I am currently a college student. I am very very academic oriented. I want a career in the healthy care field one day! :)