I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at Damascus University in 1981 and I was 23 year old. I finished my PhD from the University of Kansas in Microbiology, Immunology and Mollecular Genetics. I did my Residency training at Prince George's Hospital Center in Internal Medicine after doing one year in General Surgery. I started working in the Emergency Department at Prince George's Hospital Center while in my second year of residency. I continued to work in the Emergency Department after finishing residency and joined the group at Doctors Community Hospital where I've been a full-time Emergency Medicine Physician since 1995. I worked over 17 years as the night shift physician, during most of that time I Was the only physician and handling whatever comes to the ER, from gunshot and stab wounds, multiple trauma, pregnant women in active labor, heart attacks, airway emergencies, Pediatric emergencies and Psychiatric ones as well, among other conditions that present to the ER. In my free time, I enjoy work around the house, travel and photography. I witnessed the incredible evolution of computers, the Internet and smartphones, and the impact they have on our daily lives. My first computer in the mid 1980's had a "huge" 20 megabytes hard drive, which I used in my PhD research and thesis. In the mid 1990's, I upgraded my computer hard drive to the "incredible" one gigabyte, when it's price dropped below $1,000.00. I'm hoping that the young generation realize how much changes occurred in the last few decades. I'm curious how much more changes will occur in the next few decades, if our stupidity and greed or natural disaster don't result in a sudden annihilation of the human race.