Hippocrates' Decree

Hippocrates' Decree

Today I give myself up to Humanity.

I offer my life, my entire existence - for the purpose of aiding other lives.

So that the strong remain strong and the weak and small find shelter under my wings.

    

I resign myself to being a humble supporting character in a play,

an architect of a prestigious town, even the combat medic on the field of

War.

    Quiet, silent, and unnoticed. Enabling others to achieve their dreams.

    I give myself so that others can fight their battles

    While I heal them. The war is long, injuries will accrue.

But I promise myself to live for them.

To provide my support: mental, physical, spiritual.

    So long as I “first do no harm.”

Today I surrender my energy, life and soul

To the healthier future generation of tomorrow.

    For when there exists peace and my role considered decrepit and useless

                Only then is my mission accomplished

                And I may rest at last.

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