If you’re walking in a store you might not notice them, or in a checkout, or at the ball field. But they are right there and if an emergency ever happened, you would be seeing them up close. They are the ones that care. I have always been truly amazed at how one person can steal the clothes off your back and another person would be there to replace them. Nice people give and continue giving until they can’t anymore. It is in their blood.
The nice, caring people that I’m referring to are all levels of our medical staff. Not just in this country at the big hospitals but across the oceans in the little tiny rooms that the doctors and nurses have to perform their miracles in. It is not just the medical field; it is the Search & Rescue, the Firefighters, the Police, and all tactical units as well. It is also the kindergarten teacher who is helping the little child to write his first letter a. Maybe that child will go to college.

They say everything happens for a reason and I truly believe that. I have had the privilege to be in close contact with medical personnel and although it is overwhelming just being in that environment, they made it easy to adjust. Some departments are evenly staffed while others could use more help and this just brings on a more stressful day for the worker. But there is a calming effect in knowing that you are attended to by the very best. I sit and watch the nurses bring the IV bags of different concoctions to their patience, remembering to ask name and DOB. You get a smile, “there you are all set, I’ll be back in a few minutes to check on you.”

The things they have seen are both good and bad. And it is from seeing this that they draw renewed strength to help the next person. They are all such a special breed of people, all because they care.

I was thinking that they have families at home too. You might get to hear about little Jr.’s baseball game or Sally’s soccer practice. Then you have other things that might be happening as well, the not so good things, divorce, or one of the children having problems in school, and so forth. But that doesn’t deter them from caring for you. Why? Because I truly believe that it is in their soul to help others and to make a difference in the quality of someone’s life.

I know I have not done this justice by writing this, but I am blesses to have come across their paths. I just wanted to acknowledge all their selflessness. I do know that the movers and shakers move the world, but I think that without the ones who care, it would be a much smaller world.

Thank you for being you! Thank you for all the sacrifices you've made!

Author's Bio: 

I have a website that is designed to help others. I do believe that we are here on this earth to learn from each other. I don't think that we give each other enough credit. I know our world can be harsh and cold and some people might not necessarily have family or friends to count on. I write all my articles and blogs. All are meant to offer hope and encouragement for others.

I wrote two books "Walk in Peace" and "My Soulful Journey" which can be purchased at https://www.winepressbooks.com/search.asp?select=Keywords&search=Tami+Pr... Again, these books are tools to help you through whatever it is that you might be going through. It is to offer you hope and encouragement.

I also have a Blog Talk Radio show. I mainly interview authors, but I have interviewed many subject matters. Please feel free to listen to the archives at http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/womensrecreation.