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God, Prayer Helped Me Graduate, Says Nurse Ana

  Luseini Ana, graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing from the Fiji National University in Labasa campus yesterday, exalting God’s favour in her life. Mrs Ana, who is married with
20 Dec 2018 10:00
God, Prayer Helped Me Graduate,  Says Nurse Ana
From left: Luseini Ana with her son Gabriel Buli Jnr, husband, Gabrieli Buli, with daughter Elisabeth Buli and nephew Uraia Balerotuma during the graduation ceremony in Labasa on December 19,2018. Photo: Yogesh Chandra

 

Luseini Ana, graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing from the Fiji National University in Labasa campus yesterday, exalting God’s favour in her life.

Mrs Ana, who is married with two children, said she always took time out to pray even if she was being occupied with her work, studies and her family.

Mrs Ana, who is currently a nurse at the Labasa Health Centre urged that young people of today must put God as their major priority.

“There is nothing that you can’t do in life if God is with you,” she said.

She said that late night recital of bible verses to her children always gave her hope and a fresh start to a new day.

“This gave me hope and energy to get along with the new day, especially for me as I’m also working.

“My husband has also been really supportive and he was always there to look after our children when I would be attending classes and working on my assignments,” she said.

“This day is dedicated to my family who stood by me at the time I had been trying to balance the two most important aspects of my life,” she said.

Edited by Losirene Lacanivalu

Feedback:  yogesh.chandra@fijisun.com.fj



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