Being meticulous has its ups and downs, for one I have to explain everything about myself and do so in a manner that catches the reader's attention. I am a devoted, outgoing, respectful and a professional adult student with research, leadership, forensics, and musicianship already in my background in high school. I had discovered a passion for medicine early in my life and that ceaseless endeavor has led me to the steps of Creighton University. What I mostly am know for is my extrovert personality and my critical thinking assessments of both simple situations and the complex. I work hard and with single-mindedness complete singular tasks with the utmost importance and dedication. I am fully dedicated to my clubs and my coursework. I am a good friend with care for the individual. I make few but very close friends. I take Creighton's values of Magis, Men and Women for and with others, Cura Personalis, and Forming and Educating Agents for change with my own understanding and adaptation to these beliefs. I will and have always been a care-giver, my happiness is wrought from the warmth of a person feeling better or simply helped by something I do. I am a selfless person, care for others is my life's work. I choose a Profession that directly aids the future generation. My Life for kids. I am a Pediatrician, in heart and soon in degree. I continue to learn from this up-and-coming generation of brilliant scholars and idealistic peers that share to a better life and humanity itself. Though I may be a simple student in thousands of statistics and margins, I believe with confidence, my purpose on this world. I am the doctor who is at bed-side with each patient getting to know them and not treating them as a consumer, but as a human. All my life Ive watched capitalism scour our humanity and devour the souls of those that money over humanity. I realize my profession makes a surplus of income, but this kind of work has no price tag. I plan in my very distant future to build and operate my own free, non-profit children's clinic. One day the little boy or girl that needs a heart transplant, will get what they need and deserve as humans, for free. There is no price to human being. So in a meticulously defined manner, this is me. I am what I desire, and no one can change that. So as I go on in Creighton gettting my degrees and then my masters, medical school, three Phds, a few fellowships and finally join the ranks of the health profession I will be ready under any circumstance to help the kids in need.