There is, of course, no such thing as the perfect church, but in Orthodoxy, which radically resists the moralistic therapeutic deism that characterizes so much American Christianity, I found a soul-healing balance. In my Russian Orthodox country mission parish this past Sunday, the priest preached about love, joy, repentance and forgiveness — in all its dimensions. Addressing parents in the congregation, he exhorted us to be merciful, kind and forgiving toward our children. But he also warned against thinking of love as giving our children what they want as opposed to what they need.
I want this essay to sound very personal, explain every detail about me and really show how interested I am in being a Doctor.
This essay is going to be written for someone very important in my school, for them to read and interview me and write the first letter that medical school admissions officers will read. Therefore I need it to describe me and my life perfectly. Please please ask me if there is any uncertainties or if you think you might need a little more emphasis on any of the numbers. I will be sending the number 5 as soon as the order is complete and there is a writer assigned to me