The human body
I chose med school because I wanted to become a neuropsychiatrist for children. I wanted to deal with children closing up in themselves, trying to find a way to get in the exclusive universe where they locked themselves. I accepted to go through the study of the human body, although I thought of it as a tedious obstacle between my dream and me. I unexpectedly fell in love with the anatomy and physiology of our body, and every single chapter of human pathology meant like a full text of philosophy. I now like getting to know people, bearing clearly in my mind that the body and the soul, the mind, the heart (as anyone wants to call it) are a unique and sometimes the body falls sick in order to express feelings, emotions, problems we are not aware of.