We all know that the profundity of the internet is not quite at a point of trust when trying to make little life's decisions, nonetheless, I am curious about what other people think. I am on a path leading me to eventually going on to either an MSTP or a Ph.d in Neuroscience, but I realize that I simply enjoy what these titles entail. I get to discover new facts never known before or I get to help save millions of lives. The problem is am I good enough at this? Sure I can get a 4.0 in a science class at a competitive university, but does that actually qualify me for anything? Naturally, w/o the forces of a million or so flash cards pumped into my brain, I am an excellent leader who can articulate arguments and manipulate people. In high school I was a intern to a federal congressman and was actively interested in politics and the law because I enjoyed it. The problem with law, is that law itself is criminal because of the intentions of it, not to say that all law has evil intentions or even the majority. Law is a crime because we in the United States like money... I am assuming everyone whose opinions I care about will be able to follow what I just said w/o more of an explanation. I feel that law is basically meaningless, but I am great at and again naturally drawn to it. It comes down to this, I love law, but I feel that it is meaningless; I know I would be successful in it. I love the concept of being a scientist and I feel it will be meaningful; I do not know if I will be able to become successful in it. Any thoughts? What should I do? Go into law or medical science? Anyone else feel this way?