humanity in me
I have always been considered as strange even among my peers for as long as I can remember. Being highly sensitive to the needs of others sometimes left me vulnerable for exploitation. I saw an imperfect world with so much pain everywhere - in the faces of orphans, the. Poor, widows, the destitute. I realized my dream as I told my dad at the age of 10 "Daddy I want to work in WHO so that I can help the suffering, the sick and those in pain". I guess I saw through their eyes. This forged me in being a Pharmacist. With this in mind, I forged forward, looking for voluntary work in order to gain experience and because I felt a deep sense of satisfaction in helping others. I volunteered for Red Cross society, Charity organizations and health organizations. Eventually I came across World Pulse through Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale. She was an inspiration. A breath of fresh air as I watch her work and helped whenever I could.
What can I say, but that it feels good thinking about the needs of others, not only about mine.
It is so much fun and brings out the humanity in me.