I have been trying to be mindful of what I let enter you because our hearts is often the leader in what we do and feel and think, etc. in this life. I want to believe in the things that can and will make us better humans. I never want to stereotype type anyone. I have a question for you—those who get the opportunity to read this posting. Are you a professional? What makes you a professional? Is what you do for living considered professional work? I once had a supervisor who said that a person is not considered a professional if he or she does not have a Master’s Degree. Of course, I did not believe that, so I chose to address the comment by asking: What about a nurse”? My supervisor’s response was, “Oh, that’s different.” I then, asked, “What about a police office”? “Oh, that’s different.” I went on an asked her about a few other occupations, and each time I got the same answer. I do remember I included men in the military, and CEOs. I could have given her a long list to make my point. Having a Master’s Degree or higher should never be the sole gauge to qualify a person as a ‘professional.’ There are many positions in the world at which people work that make them a professional—without a Master’s Degree.