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    ds9091 posted:
    Today I volunteered at a HIV clinic and I loved it! June 13th I walked out of my job after 12 years. I had to take a look at my life and see what is important to me. Hiv/Aids is what is important to me. The clinic and the workers are amazing. Thank you God for putting me where I need to be. I want to help people and let them know that they are not alone. I truely believe with my heart and soul this is where I am meant to be. My heart is full. Can't wait to go back tomorrow! Thank you again God for putting me in the right place.
    Andie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    That is so great to hear, DS! It's always such a great feeling to be following our passion and I know your work will be appreciated!

    Thank you for what you do in the HIV/AIDS community! It's people like you and our awesome Health Expert, Dr. Malebranche , that make this world go round! (((Hugs)))

    Best of wishes,

    Knowledge is the antidote to fear. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
    David J Malebranche, MD, MPH responded:
    Good morning!

    This is great to hear! Actually that's how I got started in HIV work as well, volunteering for a local community based organization...

    Keep up the good work and I'm glad you are making a difference and it fills your heart with joy!!!!


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