I still have this dream of becoming a doctor and moving to India, I don't know if I will ever do that but I like thinking about it. I know I want to be a doctor (and a Sikh scholar) no matter where I live, and I want to help those who have nobody else. I want to study internal medicine, but then I started to wonder what medical specialty is most needed among the poor in India. I've thought about becoming an internist specializing in both pediatrics and geriatrics, although I'm not sure how well that would work. Maybe I should specialize in whatever is most needed in India. Are there any organizations that can help someone who wants to work as doctor treating the poor in India? I'm still a long way off from becoming a doctor, but I can't shake this dream of giving up a comfortable life to help others whether or not I go to India. The idea of making lots of money and having an easy life just doesn't satisfy me. I feel like dedicating my life to seva is my calling through medicine and Gurbani. I want to helpothers both physically and spiritually. There is really very little I need in life. Sorry this isn't really a proper post (more of a ramble), but I'm really unsure how else to say this. If anyone can give any advice on how I can acheive my lifes goal it would be greatly appreciated.