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by Sheila O’Keefe-McCarthy
Sheila O'Keefe-McCarthy

I’ve been privileged to see the eyes of Christ –in the terrified stare of a woman I have administered chemotherapy to in a hospital. I’ve felt the hands of Christ as I hold the hand of a man watching his wife of 40 years breathe her last breath. I hear the voice of Christ in the awed hushed words of overjoyed parents, as they experience the miracle of their newborn son. I am blessed. I am thankful. I am a registered nurse....

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