Tag Archives: Geraldine Gorman

Maximum security kindness or the public health nurse accrues her CEU’s

Geraldine Gorman Chicago, Illinois, United States   When I was young, I admired clever people. Now that I am old, I admire kind people. Abraham Joshua Heschel As she leaned into the doorway of my room, I explained the quandary to my daughter, Grace. “I don’t know what to do,” I said, “I am supposed […]

Desert blooms

Geraldine Gorman University of Illinois, Chicago, United States (Spring 2011) Springtime has come to the desert. It is subtle, but spring, nonetheless. I am here with a group of nursing students who are spending their break working with a humanitarian aid organization serving the undocumented border crossers. Some of us are in Nogales, which spans […]