Be an observer of life. Let love walk in. If love needs to go, then let love walk out. Feel the pain, the joy and the grief. My words are inspired by life, people, nature, joy, grief, love and loss. Many things can inspire the human heart. I've learned over the years of being a long-time hospice nurse that I'd rather feel pain then to not feel at all. Life can get messy, but we get through it with the help of others. When we do get through our uncomfortable season, we can experience joy and fully appreciate the extent of that emotion. We also inherit the compassion to help others through their tough seasons. I encourage you to keep your hearts open, no matter what happens. Love always wins -Jeanene Kranyik I have worked 35 years in the healthcare field. I was a Certified Nursing Assistant working in nursing homes, homehealth, a hospital and group homes for developmentally disabled children and adults. After 9 years and working my way through college I became a Registered Nurse. I started out in the hospital as a medical surgical nurse, then worked as a hospice nurse for 18 years. I took a break from hospice and worked almost four more years with developmentally disabled adults. I was drawn back to hospice nursing where I continue to work as an On Call visit nurse.