Solved: Caring in Nursing Classics

Caring in Nursing Classics. An Essential Resource Marlaine C. SMith, Phd, rn, ahn-BC, Faan Marian C. turkel, Phd, rn, nea-BC, Faan Zane roBinSon WolF, Phd, rn, Faan (Smith, 20121212, p. iii) Smith, M. C., PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN. (20121212). Caring in Nursing Classics [VitalSource Bookshelf version]. Retrieved from  Questions 1. Watson wrote “that it is our humanity that both wounds us and heals us, and those whom we serve; and in the end only, it is only love that matters.” What does this mean to you? Are you comfortable with the word love in terms of those you serve? Why or why not? 2. Levinas as cited in Watson wrote about the ethics of face. What does this mean to you? Provide a practice example where this helped you understand the mystery of the human soul. 3. Watson wrote about learning to be to still, to center self while welcoming silence for reflection, contemplation, and clarity. How do you center self? How can you learn to be still? Identify a ritual that allows for this and see if this makes a difference in your personal life and professional practice of nursing.