Around the hospital

Every day at the hospital is different. It is constantly changing as people come and go. It is always filled with new faces and familiar faces. There is always someone to meet, or someone to see again. It is also full of contrast. It is full of pain and injury. People come from all over the country bringing the sick and wounded. But it is also a place of healing and laughter. It is a very interesting place to be, and here are some pictures of what has been going on around the hospital lately:

Learning to walk.

Lunch.

Sharing.
This one came with a parable: Three guys were eating beans. They were all sharing one plate. The first guy took one bean. The second guy took two beans. The third guy took three beans. Then they left and came to a river. The first guy crossed over and the water came up to his ankles. The second guy crossed over and the water came up to his waist. The third guy crossed over and the water came up to his neck. All three of them feared God, but some of them feared God more than others.

Twins.
Haoua (“Eve”) and Adama.

Cooperation.

Health Crocodile.

Friends.

More friends.

Sandstorm.

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