My Best Person I Be A Doctor

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Life is a series of experiences that let us learn from our mistakes and grow on every occasion. Our actions tend to shape our goals for the future. Our sad and happy feelings always have a lesson to give us either to be applied later on in our stages of life or something to be saved in our memories. Ever since I was a child, I always dreamt of becoming a doctor, any type of a doctor as long as it had something to do with children. Being able to help them and change the world was everything I ever wanted. “Doctors” and everything that related to that word kept my mind focused on everything I had to do to pursue that dream of mine. I pushed myself to be the best and only the best person I can be, I worked hard on my IGCSE (International…show more content…
I understand that it was all his preparations, all the minor information that led him to perform with kindness under pressure. The procedure began when the surgeon picked up the first scalpel. It was like a captain leading his soldiers. He was in charge and every movement was like a command by itself. The pressure was steadily fixed with every incision. Although it was quiet, it seemed to me like I could hear the doctor 's heart beating. I could imagine myself in the surgeon 's position and practically feel the fulfillment of being there and leading the surgery. Everything rested in his hands and his skill. The doctor complexly carried out the surgery and planned every movement. He constantly called for the patient 's pressure from the anesthesiologist. His fluid actions kept the nurses busy. Above all, everything remained undamaged during those eight hours. I was there for only half the time and I felt the tension. What could inspire such dedication? That 's when I decided to become a doctor. Two days after the operation, I met the doctor and he was all that I imagined: friendly, self-assured and modest. His name was Dr. Charles and he told me that he learned much about me from my teacher. He knew of my aspirations to become a doctor. Dr. Charles encouraged me to pursue medicine if I had the patience, the will, and most of all, the desire. He said to me, "The rewards of being a doctor
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