I think it's safe to say that anyone who is interested in becoming a nurse can all agree on the same reasons as to why they feel lead to go to school for this profession. Maybe a friend, or someone in your family, with a medical condition that motivated you to pursue medicine, so you could make a difference in the lives of those who made deal with the same condition. Maybe you see it as a way to make good money! Or your parents wanted you to pursue it because of the good income and long-term benefits. Or maybe you're drawn to this field because of the action, the adrenaline, or the fact that medicine simply just excites you! Better yet, maybe you're just born with it! Maybe you're just born with the natural desire to help people! something a lot of humans lack in life. A selfless character willing to train and study hard to change people's lives..... To give them HOPE. And there's nothing wrong with that. There is nothing wrong with any of the reasons I just mentioned. Those reasons are what make you the kind of nurse you are today... or will become!