You know, it is already difficult that a person you feel so close to, lives a few thousand miles away from you on a totally different continent. But it is all the more difficult with your profession and these torrid times, that a man cannot help but worry even after all the assurances he’s given. But that is also not why I am writing to you.
I don’t know if I’ve said this before, but I do know I’ve not said it enough. So here goes:
Thank you so so much best friend. Thank you so much for the profession you chose and the job you do. I mean, I always knew it was not easy and I cannot fathom how you gather the courage to go through it everyday, knowing the fact that you’re putting yourself at risk but going through with it anyway.
It takes an incredibly huge hearted human being to be able to do that. The lives you better and the lives you save, I honestly don’t think there’s anything more Nobel on the planet. So I say it again, thank you!
A big big Thank you on my behalf, on my family’s behalf and every other human being out there. And an equally big thank you to all of your colleagues and fellow peers and people in this field of medicine. Y’all make this world a better place.
On a more personal note though, I love you. You’re a wonderful and an amazing human being and it is a privilege for me to have you as a friend and acquaintance. All I’d like to add is, while you’re out there taking care of the world, you will always have me in your corner. I’m always there if you wanna talk, vent or just stay silent across the phone for an hour cause you don’t wanna eat alone.
I had to say it out loud. But genuinely, thank you for your service. I may not have received them personally, but I am grateful that you do what you do anyway. You’re one very amazing human being. Take care.
Lots and lots of love,