After completing his medical education and specialization in internal diseases, he decided to leave the field, viewing it as a mere sub-branch of philosophy. Instead, he aspired to become a physician who could integrate his passion for art and admiration for artists. He remained a perpetual student, with an unyielding thirst for knowledge, and loved to share his insights through speaking and writing. Ever skeptical and questioning, he was a seeker of truth and a lover of the sea and sailing. As a "holistic medicine physician," he firmly believed that there was no alternative to medicine.