Wednesday, April 6, 2011

My Love for Neurosurgery..

Since i entered a medical school wherever anyone would ask what do u wanna be i would always say "Neurosurgeon". I have always been fascinated how a little mass like a brain controls our whole body. The emotions, the thoughts, intuition, feelings, its the center of everything. 


Every time i enter the Operation theater for watching a neurosurgery i always act like a kid who has just entered Disney land. My colleagues cannot understand what is so passionate about it, and why i act so crazy. Neurosurgeons keep telling me "Beta its not an easy job, especially for delicate girls like you. It requires harsh time tables, you need to stand for almost 12 hours for the operation. Its not an easy task."  But i always reply "You did it right? because it was your passion? and am gonna do it too InshALLAH" and they just keep staring at me.


There is no limit to dreaming, just believe in them and have faith in yourself that one day you will overcome all the hurdles and make your dreams come true.

7 comments:

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Dream on girl, and keep it close. You'll get it. :)

Biya said...

Thank you :)

IRFANUDDIN said...

"u r gonna do it too InshALLAH"... have faith on ur self and of course on the all mighty ALLAH.

Best wishes,
irfan.

Biya said...

InshAllah! Thank you :)

Muhammad said...

No matter how difficult it is always do what you enjoy...Cuz if you enjoy it then you won't feel the hardships associated with that job.

Biya said...

Sp true :)

Neelam said...

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