Death, disease and destruction are three words that can be used to identify any location on the world. Everyday people succumb to deleterious disease such as AIDS or cancer. Everyday people in third-world countries die because of the lack of food and medication. After disasters there comes a time when the people look upon the health organizations to provide necessary supplies. All throughout my life, I have been taught the importance of helping those who are in need, which is why I aspire to become a physician that not only provides care for local patients but also to those across the world. My passion to become an empathetic physician is what makes me fearless. Volunteering at different organizations despite the economical and literacy challenges has allowed me to see the effect that one can have on a person. My passion for helping people causes me to forget the challenges that I might have to encounter and focus upon the needs of the people. My passion to help individuals that have been devastated influences me to study indefatigably in order to provide the best care that I can in the future. My passion helps light the way to my final destination. In order to achieve my goal I must study intensively while also continuing to volunteer at the local hospitals and clinics. I believe that anyone can be a doctor or public health administrator, but it takes a leader with passion and humility to be the best in this advancing field.