Sudhir M! Sudhir is a 25yo third-year medical student, Indian who grew up in America, and part farmer. I met Sudhir during the first days of medical school and I am glad that he is rotating with me throughout this year of clerkships. During this conversation, we discuss his Hindu upbringing, his interest in Interventional Radiology, the case of “Jim”, and the rapid change we’ve already seen and anticipate in the world going forward.
I hope you enjoy! 🙂
an Indian who grew up in America,
part medical professional,
and part human.
Before Sudhir dies, he wants…
and to do a little bit of good in this world.
When Sudhir dies, he wants…
his family to not sit there crying over him.
After Sudhir dies, he wants…
to be remembered like his great-grandfather.
In conclusion, Sudhir says…
“Don’t be a huge dick.
I believe in the Golden Rule: we all want to be treated with respect and I think you should treat everyone with respect. Everyone’s a human being with their own emotions and insecurities. Just treat everyone with respect. Be nice. Keep moving forward. You never know what’s going to happen in life. It’s unpredictable and I think the best thing you can do is try to put a smile on other people’s’ faces as best you can, each day.”
On Death Podcast
Long Form Sundays
- On “Jim” (or a well-deserved death)
- On the chaos of life (or a stream of consciousness battle with writer’s block)
- On family reunions (or the transition to fall)
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