Essay on Being A Doctor And Saving Drinking Water

758 Words Nov 15th, 2015 4 Pages
If I could use any word to describe my mindset, I would use the word "motivated." I know that I will succeed in the Medical field because whenever I set my mind to something, I go out of my way to complete it. I have always wanted to help people both directly and indirectly. I donate plenty of blood every year, I raise money for the red cross, and I even helped design and submit a project that would allow multiple communities in Haiti to have access to clean drinking water. I really believe that the best way for me to help people is by becoming a doctor and saving lives. No money or tangible substance can compare to the value of a life. I have never worked at a hospital, but I have been a patient too many times to count. When I was diagnosed with appendicitis this past summer, I was frightened. However, the surgeon that I had made me feel that I was going to be okay and helped me recover to my normal state. I want to have that kind of impact on people 's lives. I am motivated to do this because I want to make a significant difference in the world. I already promised myself that if I do become a doctor or a surgeon, through Doctors Without Borders, I will volunteer to go to other nations in need and keep people there healthy. I am not doing this for rewards or for money, I am doing this because it is my way of giving back to the world.

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