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The Future

Do you ever get that moment when you know you're doing the right thing?  Not that you've ever doubted yourself before but in one moment it all just falls into place.  You smile and you know you've made the right decision?  I just had this moment.  I went to the uni library today to get two books out - Essential Cell Biology and Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology.  The reason I chose these two books was because I realised that I was about to start uni along with students who have already completed the courses 'Human Biology' and 'Cell Biology and Biological Systems'.  Which means as we start 'Structural Biochemistry' and 'Functional Genetics' this semester, the students who commenced in first semester have an advantage over me.  So I got out the below so I can read the introductions and have a little background info so I'm not completely lost when I start uni in two weeks.
essential cell biology
essentials human anatomy and physiology

So, how do these two books have anything to do with 'the moment'?  Well I was just reading 'Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology' and in chapter one it has a sub section about nuclear medicine and how it has revolutionised Medical imaging.  I became so excited reading this section and that's when I had the moment.  Yep.  As I was reading about computed tomography (CT), dynamic spatial reconstruction (DSR), digital subtraction angiography (DSA), position emission tomography (PET), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) I just knew I had made the right decision to study Biomedical Science and pursue graduate Medicine.  I'm very happy with the direction my life is taking.



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Jul. 20th, 2012 03:08 pm (UTC)
It's always great to get the feeling that you're heading in the right direction after not knowing what to do prior to that. It's a settling feeling. Warms you. I'm so glad you're finding what makes you happy and working toward it. :)
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