Falling out from medical fields

Assalamualaikum & hello


         So, there will be less than 4 months from now to my first professional exam. But I still think that my time management sucks a lot. Ok, put that aside. I stumbled upon an interesting post this evening, it's about a man, graduated from MRSM Taiping, you know MRSM students - most of them are high achievers including him. He got straight A's with a good pointer and furthered his studies in medicine in Russia.


He began to expand his stories telling that, all his life being a top achiever and during his medical school years, he was an average, sometimes he was the last student in his class. During a long break, he would be planning trips with his international friends. He told that he graduated with blue diplome (Russian thing I guess for average student) and he saw his friends getting red diplome (distinction). When it was time to return to Malaysia, he said that he could cope most of the housemanship's stress better compared to most of his red diplome friends. 


What's interesting about his stories are, 
He ended not being a doctor to this day.
He started to sell insurance instead and travels around the world.


You know, sometimes, I do think. Am I that enthusiastic enough to become a doctor? Why I didn't find studying as interesting as before? I don't know where my motivations have left me behind, but I'm quite sad. I don't care if I don't get good grades but please, enjoying things that we are doing are more important.


So, if one day, 
perhaps one day, I graduated and not becoming a doctor?
What will happen to me?
Will I be happy?
If I become a doctor,
Will I be happy? 
Will I make them happy? 





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