A Night on Call

When you work through the night, you have an opportunity to see the world in a way you do not usually get to experience it. From the night crew cleaning the hospital to the surgical team praying before another urgent ceasarean section to the morning mist as you walk to the hospital once again, the views are new and different. I have noticed the nighttime stars are brighter at 3 AM than they are at 10 PM. The birds begin urgently calling and singing about 20 minutes before sunrise. The wind is still in the middle of the night, but really blows at dusk. The world sleeps while a few stay awake doing their best to help those who need it.

Night shift, cleaning the hospital for the next day's patients.

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A moment to ask God for wisdom before each surgery.

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Misty morning in Kijabe

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