What I love the most is helping people. It lets me sleep at night knowing that I devote time every week to help people for nothing or very little in exchange. I love volunteering, and if I could somehow earn a living doing it, I would do it all the way until I attended medical school. But in reality, I want to be a doctor. Not only would I enjoy this fascinating field which is very stressful and in high demand, I would still appreciate how much of an impact I would make on the lives of those who I help. I could very well save lives, which is something to be proud of. Anything from helping a kid with his broken arm from a soccer game, to stabilizing a patient as they go through an organ transplant would feel good. Watching medical shows as a kid excited me knowing that I could really make a difference to the lives of many people, and eventually, the world. So when I do become a doctor, I plan on going into internal medicine or family medicine, and eventually doing Doctors without Borders so I can help the international world outside of the US where we are very fortunate to have great healthcare. And by setting an example, I hope to encourage others to give and give until they can sleep at night knowing they made a positive difference in the world.