10 Years Serving Humanity: A Reflection

It's been 10 years since I graduated as a medical doctor and served mankind. There has been ups and downs, high and low, happiness and sad, glad and sorrow.

From my humble beginnings as a medical doctor in a small private clinic outside Jakarta to delivering medical needs to the people in a remote island in Raja Ampat to providing healthcare to the people of South Sudan, it's safe to say that I have seen a lot of things, been to places where people never heard of and treated people with diseases that I saw only on textbooks.

But it doesn't mean I am done with my work. I still need a lot to learn. I feel that if I don't keep myself up to date with the latest discovery in medicine, I will be left out in the jungle of medical world and won't be ably to treat my patients properly.

I still want to see other parts of the world and at the same time enrich myself as a person. Sounds selfish now that I have a family back home, but I still feel the need to improve myself personally and professionally.

And the most important part is that I still want to help people in dire needs as much as I can. Relief them from their illness. Bringing as much good as I can.

Let's see where I am 10 years from now.


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