Ghana was the most unforgettable journey of my lifetime. The culture and the people were entirely refreshing from the chaos of normal life. In Ghana, everyone is smiling. They are smiling because there is always a reason to smile. That statement may seem off-putting at first, but there is truth behind it. My experience in Cape Coast through the Klemm Fellowship humbled me precisely because everyone was so happy - from the orphans I read with, to the ailing patients I helped treat in the hospital, to the exiled leprosy victims whose suffering I could never imagine before I went. Along the way, I made lasting friendships with fellow volunteers, locals, and patients - people I am still in touch with today. Our stories and travels could fill a memoir. Through the work I did at the hospital and during medical outreach, I again fell in love with medicine. In addition, I distilled my beliefs in certain medical ethical situations. The journey as a whole also helped me realize what I truly care about in life and how to pursue those avenues. I know for a fact I will be going back to Ghana.