I used to wonder why people celebrate birthdays, i mean, getting out of your mother’s birthing canal is more of an achievement for the mom than for the baby being born, but now I get that celebrating birthdays make sense IF that person who was born did something worthy of celebrating in his or her life. With that being said, from now on, each year when my birthday comes along, I will remember to live my life wisely so my being born won’t be a waste.
I pray that somehow God will be praised and glorified through me. I am not deserving of His love and provision and yet He loves me and provides for me because of Him and not because of me. And for that, I thank Him most of all.
These are the people I spent the whole month of March with studying, and I’m excited to spend the next 3 years of med school with them! They were so thoughtful to drive all the way from the north to our house in the south, (it’s an almost 2 hour drive) just to greet me. :)
The reason for much of our anger and much of our bitterness in a crucible of suffering is God prying open our hands and taking away something we’ve held onto more tightly than Him.
- Tullian Tchividjian (via raisingmywhiteflag)
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oh dear i want one for my birthday
I did not order this box of cat.
HOW ARE YOU COMPLAINING LOOK AT ITS FACEEEEEEE
he’s nomming the box flap :3
hi :D mahirap ba makapasok sa uerm? plan ko kasi sa uerm mag aral ng medicine. any tips or advice? thanks :D
Hi :) Well honestly it was easy for me to get in UERM. At my time (last year lang naman haha), I only applied to UP, UST and UERM and compared to the two, UERM had the easier app process and the registrar was very lenient and nice with the submission of requirements. Maybe it was because I was a UP grad (and they are kinda biased) with pretty good grades. But basically all you need are grades with no failures and an NMAT score of 80 or above. They aren’t particular though with what school you graduated from or what course because I have classmates from everywhere! Also, be nice and honest on your interview, pray A LOT and if it’s God’s will, I’m sure nothing will stop you from getting in :)
Kung ano ang ikinahirap ng pag-apply at pag-pasa, yun naman ang kinahirap ng pag-stay. Med school in UERM is so tough because most of the time you’re on your own. Don’t get me wrong, the people are awesome and I’ve created some awesome friendships that has helped me tremendously to survive, but it’s not spoon feeding and no spoiling. And if you’re not going to give your own effort you are doomed. You really have to study study study and work work work and then study some more. It’s an amazingly humbling experience, one I am willing to brave through for 3 more years and one I will never EVER regret.
So pag tinanggap ka na sa UERM, message mo ako ulit and I shall help thee in whatever way I can :)