I Am Only One, But I Can Not Do Everything

798 WordsJul 19, 20154 Pages
Edward Everett Hale once stated, “I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.” I feel that this statement is everything an occupational therapist is about. I cannot do everything, but I can and will do something to help individuals regain their lives back. I have seen how impactful occupational therapy is by watching the drastic changes it has on lives. The TTUHSC Master of Occupational Therapy program has every quality needed to gain knowledge of this field to help me reach my dreams of helping others. My values to succeed and desires of hard work and responsibility have all been ameliorating in my undergraduate years. With that, I plan to exalt these aspects that I have mastered in my undergraduate years and take them on with the opportunities ahead in graduate school. I am expecting graduate school to be a much different experience than undergraduate school, however. Graduate school will require my values to succeed with hard work and responsibility, but it will greatly revolve around my desire of the field in Occupational Therapy. The TTUMHSC Master of Occupational Therapy program will be a challenging program to take on such as challenges of self-discipline and management of time. Although, I will overcome these challenges with my strong passion for the field of Occupational Therapy. I have had the privilege of shadowing various Occupational Therapists in different

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