When I was sent to the Frontline.
I knew very little.
I believed this was the greatest test.
Greater than what I had prepared for.
But i knew I could lead the team.
And be doing the basics that I was always taught.
my patient was always my highest priority.
I couldn't explain to my family.
They were worried for me being on the team.
But i told them one thing,
I ensured safety of my patient, my team and myself
So that I could reduce their family's worry as well.
And that's why I choose to be on the Frontline.