2017 has been very special to me as this was the year i started blogging.. Many people do ask me how and why i started blogging.. The answer to the why is a very special one.. I started blogging so that i could share what i wanted the world to know.. Though i speak less being an introvert, i think and observe much more and this is what i like to put forth people through my blogs.. As far as the how, is concerned it just happened, after a long time of planning, of when i wanted to start and with what.. I wrote not just about myself but also about my profession and how it taught me life’s great lessons..
When i started writing, people appreciated me alot, some appreciated my thoughts saying you give us a different view of observing things and some said the way you write and your command over English is great.. “Great writer in the making” they said.. Some even said you should leave physiotherapy and become a writer by profession.. Was that my intention? Obviously not.. Physical therapy has made me what I am today, it has given me everything I would have ever asked God for.. And I do respect my Profession to that extent where i aim to make it stand higher in the minds of people..
I have already started with what I want to do, to make my profession gain the respect it deserves by the population.. I did an observational study in State Bank of India a few months back where i just observed the way people work there and the problems they face with respect to their work place and their job, after which i gave them advice about basic ergonomics. Now why did i do this? One reason being, i wanted to learn and second, the most important being i wanted them to know the power and importance of my profession in their’s.. I wanted to make them realise how capable my profession is in making their lives healthy..
Months back i recieved an email by young woman and i never ever imagined that i could motivate someone else with my writing to choose and be firm with the decision of choosing physiotherapy as a career.. If I can inculcate the love and respect I have for my profession in someone else whom i don’t even know, then that is a big thing right? This indeed has been one of my biggest achievements..
These 4 years learning physiotherapy in Sancheti institute has changed me into a more mature being.. Today when I recieve comments like
” Madam tumhi mala Deva sarkha bhetlya”
“Mam aap nahi ate na toh suna suna lagta hai”
I feel more than blessed..
I wonder how these 4 years made me earn so much of respect and love from my patients.. But yes this is who I am and I who wished to be.. Or may be I should say I am what I was meant to be.. Thank you GOD and thank you Sancheti…