“Obedience is central to becoming, being, and remaining happy.”
David A. Bednar
Reflection: Being a calm, genuine, respectful, diligent, and thoughtful person will lead you to success, a place where everyone wants to be. When you’re obedient things tend to not frustrate you as much or give you stress if you just stay on track and not build yourself up by procrastinating every little thing because that will end up turning into being a big thing.
1. What did you like best about this class?
I liked that this class had to do with using computers since that’s what I’m going to major in and it’s fun learning new things about technology.
2. What did you dislike about this class?
I didn’t dislike anything about this class.
3. What can you recommend to improve the class?
To have more random CTR checks.
4. What will you always remember about this class?
That the motto will always and forever be CTR.
I have completed about 6 goals from my 100+ goals since I don’t really go out much and some of them are impossible. I am currently working on 2 of my goals which are to graduate high school which is happening this Saturday and graduating college which will happen in 4 years or so. I hope that in the future I have VICTORY written in all my 100+ goals because that would be the ultimate goal. I will keep reading my goals each day so that I’ll never forget them and maybe reading them will give me some motivation and a positive vibe towards achieving them all.
“Obedience…is the primary object of all sound education.”
Elizabeth Missing Sewell
Reflection: Being obedient helps you learn and is the key to a good education because without it you are not learning as well as if you were an obedient person. Listening and being a good speaker has much to do with being a well educated human being.
Duties and responsibilities: A system in which medical doctors and other healthcare professionals (such as nurses, pharmacists, and therapists) treat symptoms and diseases using drugs, radiation, or surgery. Also called allopathic medicine, biomedicine, conventional medicine, mainstream medicine, and orthodox medicine.
Salary: $ 305,000
Education: must graduate high school or have a GED, go to a four year university and get a Bachelor’s on Medicine.
Reflection:I honestly wouldn’t like to work in this field.
“Obedience sums up our entire duty”
Reflection: This quote talks about being able to agree with everything for the most part throughout your day and fulfilling that duty which you should do everything. Being obedient shows that you are not one to disagree and that you are up for anything. Choosing the right path is a big part of obedience and is something we all should do.
Duties and Responsibilities: An eastern medicine doctor is someone who specializes in alternative medicine and other practices that can vary from acupuncture to therapeutic massage and even herbalism. They use treatments not typically used by professionals or proven to show results.
Education: An eastern medicine doctor must attend college or a university or some accredited school that offers a degree or certificate. There are several certificate programs available in alternate medicine specialties, for examples, massage therapy or herbal medicine.
Reflection: I wouldn’t mind doing this as a part time job.
“The more obedient we are, the more freedom we have.”
Boyd K. Packer
Reflection: This quote means to say that when being obedient you are easier to trust and it will allow you to do things on your own. Obeying the rules and doing no harm to anyone or anything is the way to do it and doing so will keep you happy. Listening and being able to control your feelings helps you to become more obedient.
1. the state or quality of being obedient.
2. the act or practice of obeying; dutiful or submissive compliance: Military service demands obediencefrom its members.
3. a sphere of authority or jurisdiction, especially ecclesiastical.
4. Chiefly Ecclesiastical .
a. conformity to a monastic rule or the authority of a religious superior, especially on the part ofone who has vowed such conformance.
b. the rule or authority that exacts such conformance.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provides anesthesia to patients who undergo surgery and other procedures
- Exercise command of medical units as provided by law and regulation
- Perform staff functions in health support for commanders at all levels
- Medical research on diseases of military importance
- Participate in graduate medical education and train other personnel
- Serve unique duty positions for the anesthesia service and the medical school faculty
- Doctor of medicine/osteopathy degree from an accredited U.S. school (foreign graduates may apply if they have a permanent certificate from the Educational Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates)
- Current license to practice medicine in the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico
- Eligibility for board certification
- Completion of at least one year of an approved graduate medical education internship
- Completion of a training program in anesthesiology
- Must be between 21 and 42 years of age (may request a waiver)
- Must be a U.S. citizen
Reflection: I wouldn’t want to be in this type of work because I’m very paranoid when it comes to blood and organs.
“A wise man ought to realize that health is his most valuable possession.”
Reflection: Being healthy is really important and to maintain your health is getting to live longer and being more active while being responsible for making these things happen because letting yourself go is never the answer. People should step up and exercise to stay in shape and live a better life because then you’ll have regrets of not getting the help you needed before it was too late.
Ex. Being overweight and procrastinating whether or not that you’ll do something about it.