- Slindile Nokubonga Majolaa is a local nurse trying to make a difference in her profession
- Slindile shared a lovely selfie with a heartwarming caption to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently
- Slindile says that she loves her profession and sometimes holds back her tears to draw smiles on other people's faces
Healthcare professionals are the strangers we depend on at our most vulnerable times. Many tend to judge those on the frontline and question their career choices and nurses are often at the receiving end of doubt.
Slindile Nokubonga Majola is one nurse who is trying to break that stereotype by showing her love, passion and strength for her chosen career path. Slindile shared a gorgeous selfie with a powerful caption to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. She said:
"Being a nurse means to hold your own tears and start drawing smiles on people's faces... I love my profession. #Im_staying"
Stayers reacted to her post over 3 000 times on the social networking site and the comments section under her post is packed with positivity. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the positive messages left for Slindile.
Alison Mayes said:
"Thank you for what you do, you are beautiful inside as well as on the outside, stay safe and God bless you."
Brenda Smith wrote:
"Thanks to nurses like you scary hospital visits were made sooooo much better. Thanks for your dedication. You are one special lady."
Tlhoriso Moeketsi commented:
"Thank you for your dedication."
Catherine Elizabeth Evans Olfsen added:
"You are absolutely beautiful, clearly, inside and out."
Arthur Doyle responded with:
"Special person for a difficult profession. Go well."
In other news about nurses, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a nurse who proudly serves Mzansi and is motived by her patients' gratitude. Melita Moate is a nurse and proud to serve her fellow citizens, she took to Facebook and shared her feelings in the #ImStaying group.
She said that she is motivated to do good each time a patient says "Thank you". Her post struck a chord with her fellow South Africans who loved what she does and what she said.
"Serving with pride, every time when a patient says, "Thank you." It motivates me to do more good. #I'mStaying."
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Source: Briefly News