Monthly Archives: October 2014

Closing a Door but Still Holding on to the Doorknob

This evening I walked away from a world that, though small, I built from scratch over the past several months. Today was my last day working in the internal medicine department at my job. Working in this department has made … Continue reading

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My Cover Letter, if I Told the Truth

Dear Hiring Manager, I was excited to see your ad on [Job Database], and I am very interested in the available position of [Vacant Job Title]. I have an extensive employment history during which I gained┬ámany valuable skills that would … Continue reading

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The Identity of Purpose of Identity

If someone walked up to you and asked, “Who are you?” how would you answer? Would you just say your name, confident in all that that name represents? Would you say you are a mother/a sister/a daughter/a friend/ a coworker/a … Continue reading

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