There are thousands of different kinds of professions out there, and each one of them has something unique and special about it. Problem is, working in a certain field every day for who-knows-how-many years can sometimes make you forget about that kind of things.

Recently, a Twitter user named MasalaBai asked other users of the platform to share one special thing about their occupation that feels the most empowering to them. "Beautiful replies that remind you why you chose the profession," she added. MasalaBai started by sharing a one-of-a-kind thing about her own profession. "Journalism: Amplifying the voices that otherwise would not reach the powerful," she wrote.

Bored Panda invites to take a look at some of the most interesting things Twitter users have shared while answering this question.

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Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
1 month ago

*last person

Sathe Wesker
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1 month ago

"Mankind" encompasses all and I think that's what she was driving at.

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TheReader19
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1 month ago

For free

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Jean Shultz
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1 month ago

Rosalind Franklin should be more recognized for her work. She is the one who FIRST discovered DNA., not Walter and Crick.

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Hugh Fokker
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1 month ago

I hope Payal is one of the few good ones, as I have dealt with bad. Speaking as a handicapped person... Some of the most bigoted and defeatist things I have ever heard came from "disability advocates". Oh, you have two bad legs, so you CAN'T do X. The bigotry of low expectations is real. #ConstantlyExceeding #NeverAVictim #JustBadLuck Doctors and advocates and many people in the general populace see the DISABILITY first, not the individual, then assign low expectations based on the handicap. Never define someone by their disability. They are a PERSON who happens to have a disability.... I work full time plus. I help others. I work side jobs. I just happen to have a disability.

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ElusiveIntrovert
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1 month ago

In a way, I owe my life to professionals like you. Thanks!

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Nea
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1 month ago

The post is about the most powerful thing abt their profession and not the problems therein. Stop with the negativity, people are trying to see the best in tehir profession, more power to these brilliant women

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WilvanderHeijden
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1 month ago

But it would be nice if there was a conversion table from "love, courage, respect and gratitude" to money. Nurses and most medical staff are underpaid, overworked and underappreciated.

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ElusiveIntrovert
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1 month ago

Same, people don't understand my addiction to fiction. It is my way of living an alternate story.

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ElusiveIntrovert
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1 month ago

Keep the good work up!

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CharliAnn Olney
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1 month ago

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And who are you to tell them them what ideas are right or wrong. When I went to college we were supposed to learn to think critically ON OUR OWN! Not be served up ideas on a Silver platter like pablum to babies!

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Edward
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1 month ago

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Translation: her listicles are pointless

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TheReader19
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1 month ago

This must be very rewarding for you

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BlackestDawn
Community Member
1 month ago

This is much more an issue with the editor than the journalist, since they are the ones who decide what is published.

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TheReader19
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1 month ago

Nothing like pure cotton sheets

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chi-wei shen
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1 month ago

That's an almost perfect description.

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TheReader19
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1 month ago (edited)

No fake news please

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MrOwlAteMyMetalWorm.
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1 month ago

You make it sound cool but can be rather dull at times.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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yawn...another blog writer

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Edward
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1 month ago

Ah, “I conduct redundant seminars for bored staff”

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