I write thisopen-letter to you because I, myself, in my younger years, was not aware of theextent of some of the cruelty and abuse inflicted upon animals that I know aboutnow, most of which (if not all) could be avoided/aborted if only we would allbecome aware of ways that we can contribute to the protection of animals and oftheir rights.I am not suggesting that we should all become activists in the literal senseof the word, but even without joining an organization, without being "officially" an activist,even if you are not a 100% vegetarian, there are still so manylittle and big things that we all can do to help animals and to support theanimal rights cause! Dont think for a moment that any "little" action that you arecapable and willing to take would not make a difference, because "if itwasnt for every drop of water, there wouldnt be an ocean" (quotingBriggite Bardot, on the same issue).I am aware that this essay barely scratches the surface on the issue ofabuse, enslavement and cruelty that is inflicted upon animals, worldwide. Ido not have the knowledge nor the means at this time to write a complete essayabout this most disturbing facet of human behavior. All I know is that asmembers of the human race, we are guilty of turning away from the horrors doneto animals either because of our lack of knowledge, denial (as in refusing toacknowledge such ugly reality), or because of our refusal to take action due toour selfish self-absorption with our own individual problems. Every bit ofcooperation and involvement counts.
Instructions: This essay is for when I apply to nursing school. I am going for a bachelors in nursing. The only criteria for the essay is that it must be two pages long. The essay is supposed to describe my philosophy of nursing. I would like you to include a few things when describing my "philosophy." I would like you to mention that I volunteered in a hospital and that was the deciding factor on becoming a nurse, that I like to help people, and that I enjoy being around people.
You can expand on anything and please add any details you want. Remember the entire essay is on my philosophy of nursing.
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Gradually, we can take steps towards thebetterment of human treatment of animals, and maybe all of these horrific storiesof animal abuse that occur in our lifetime will one day be told to futuregenerations as tales about a civilization that used to exist which was comprisedof humans consumed by greed and capable of committing satanic acts of crueltyonto all other living species;whowere insensitive to the extent of engaging in the killing of animals and calledit a "sport".Maybe one day, humans will realize that animals that inhabit this planet ofours got here by the will of God, just as we, human-animals, did.So, consider this essay to be a very modest attempt to call your attention to somesimple ways by which you may contribute to the welfare of animals.Injustice anywhere is a threatto justice everywhere. To ignore evil is to become an accomplice toit. Martin Luther King As sad as the topicof cruelty to animals is, there is an important and positive side to reportingon it.