I believe that the value we gain and that we give to others by our whistleblowing experience is greatly enhanced by a clear, directed, concise message that is shown in all our thoughts words and deeds. This is difficult because the trauma experiences often make us bitter and desirous of some financial restoration to acknowledge our deep personal loss. Through all the court battles, appeals, administrative hearings and public media attention, it is hard to keep constant to that goal. It is important to remember the message, rather than the needs of the messenger. But in the throes of mind altering trauma, it is difficult to reach more deeply into one's soul to find the personal and spiritual resources to be able to face more suffering. This is why I believe that being such a whistleblower messenger is a spiritual journey, one that reaches deep into your soul and which is unique and individual to each person. This story of personal struggle and triumph may be the final testament to the true value of the whistleblower to our society.
Medical Whistleblower is holding the first ever National Medical Whistleblower Conference on Sept 11-13, 2009 in Lawrence, KS. For further information and reservations contact MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com