In The Calling, the passage that I like the most is Lee Buono, 40, A Neurosurgeon, Talks with his Eighth-Grade Science Teacher, Al Siedlecki, 65. I can relate to this passage because during my high school, I did not really know what I want to do in the future. I made a few options that I found an interest in, which are pharmacy and a type of engineer. One day in my high school, my guidance counselor told me about an engineering summer camp program that Ohio States of Marion is having. After I attend the summer camp I realized what I want to do in the future. I want to be a computer engineer. I am very thankful that my counselor told me about the engineering program. When Al said "Of all the people in your entire career, you want to thank me? And I started to cry. It was the same feeling I had when my kids were born.", after Lee thanks Al, I thought to myself that I should have thank my counselor for showing me the engineering program.
For my research, I searched up what a neurosurgeon is. A neurosurgeon is a physician who specializes in surgical treatment of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system. To become a neurosurgeon, one must complete four years of pre-medical education, four years of medical school, one year internship in general surgery, five to seven years in neurosurgery residency program, and continuing education.