Sitting down and writing out my legacy is a daunting task for me. I don’t yet fully understand my place in the world, or my mission in life, so how am I to know whether I want to be remembered for my cure of cancer or my solution for world peace? Just kidding (although those would be great). I do know that I want to be remembered more by people that know me than people that hear of me in a textbook. As students hoping to enter the medical field, we all hope to do the most good that we can, whether that means seeing the most patients that we can, researching new medicine as hard as we can, or saving as many lives as we can. And these are all great aspirations. But I believe that it is less important what I do and more important how I do it. When people think of me, I want them to use adverbs and adjectives, not verbs. I want to live a life marked by compassion. If there was something I hope to share with people, it would be the importance of empathy and genuine kindness. Understanding where someone is at and having a genuine desire to meet them where they are and help them out. What do you hope to be remembered for? Any particular career accomplishments you hope to achieve or societal changes you wish to see before you die?