Maybe someone just wants to provide health care to people out of his heart and generosity instead of doing it to put food on the table
So someone wants to work their arse off for the first 30 years of their life to learn medicine. And yes, regardless of what you say, they would have to work their arse off to learn the required amount of information just so they could kinda provide healthcare out of his heart?
I mean lots of docs donate their time, but all their time just because? Or I could do nothing and get everything?
Damn, let me thing about this one...
Maybe there are people out there who will build and fix electrical lines because they want to help people, not line their pockets
Everyone would donate some time. But if they didn't have to work, there wouldn't be enough work being done.
Maybe there are people out there who want to build homes, out of goodwill and not to provide for their family
Who doesn't want to provide for their families?
Get the idea?
It is a fail. The people who make up doctors and other highly educated people in society do so because they are able to understand delayed gratification. You take away the gratification at the end and they wouldn't do it.
Or don't you see this?