Global Footprints of a Doctor is a place to reflect on my trans-cultural journey from the jungle of Papua New Guinea to becoming a doctor in the American medical system. It describes the experiences that have shaped me, and my thoughts and reflections on the healthcare system, what I am doing and my place among things. It’s a way for me to express who I am and to remember who I want to be, and where I want to go and who am I becoming based on my actions. It’s bit and pieces of memories, emotions, responses and insights on this wild and precious life.
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” ~by Mary Oliver (from the poem, The Summer Day)