As a foreign nurse transplanted to the United States, Nurstory helps me think of the challenges one encounters from the home country, and the transformation that one chooses as part of healing. In the story I watched, the personal experience is so vivid that I can imagine the storyteller struggling to find meaning. As she reflects on her personal past and the community she belongs to, she finds the answer that haunts her– she belongs to the community where the importance of health care is significant; it holds the key between life and death. Leaving to go back is a positive concept– it’s looking forward to be able to help heal the community she left behind. We all share the same, leaving to go back, but the choice is ours.