Friday, April 8, 2011

Grey's Anatomy Monologues & Music Featured Season 3 Episode 4 - 6

Grey`s Anatomy Monologues S03E04 - What I Am -
Opening :

At some point during surgical residency,
most interns get a sense of who they are as doctors
and the kinds of surgeons they want to become.
If you ask them, they'll tell you they want to be general surgeons,
orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons.

Distinctions which do more than describe their area of expertise,
they define who they are, because outside the operating room,
not only do most surgeons have no idea who they are,
they're also afraid to find out.- dr. Meredith Grey -.

Music Featured :

Grey`s Anatomy Monologues S03E05 - Oh, the Guilt -
Opening :

First, do no harm.
As doctors, we pledge to live by this oath.
But harm happens and then guilt happens.

And there is no oath for how to deal with that.
Guilt never goes anywhere on its own,
it brings its friends,doubt and insecurity.- dr. Meredith Grey -.

Music Featured :
Closing :
First do no harm, easier said than done.
We can take all the oaths in the world,
but the fact is, most of us do harm all the time.

Sometimes even when we're trying to help,
we do more harm than good.
And then the guilt rears its ugly head.

What you do with that guilt is up to you.
We're left with a choice.
Either let the guilt throw you back into the behavior
that got you into trouble in the first place,
or learn from the guilt and do your best to move on.- dr. Meredith Grey -.

Grey`s Anatomy Monologues S03E06 - Let The Angels Commit -
Opening :

To make it, really make it, as a surgeon, it takes major commitment.
We have to be willing to pick up that scalpel
and make a cut that may or may not do more damage than good.
It's all about being committed, because if we're not?
We have no business picking up that scalpel in the first place.- dr. Meredith Grey -.

Music Featured :

There are times when even the best of us have trouble with commitment,
and we may be surprised at the commitments we're willing to let slip out of our grasp.
Commitments are complicated.
We may surprise ourselves by the commitments we're willing to make.

True commitment, takes effort, and sacrifice.
Which is why sometimes, we have to learn the hard way,
to choose our commitments very carefully.- dr. Meredith Grey -.
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