Personal Manifesto

Topics: World, Logic, Education Pages: 3 (1174 words) Published: March 12, 2014
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Western Spiritual Paths
For those of you who don't know me, my name is ------ ------. I am a sophomore at R University this year and I am loving every minute of my college experience. I still can't nail down a major because I want to do a little bit of everything, and by a little bit I mean that I want to be superhuman and do everything. I am torn between Politics, Sociology, Spanish, Communications, and making my own International Relations major just for fun. I don't know where I am and I don't know where I am going. My life has always been this way, one extremity in every open door but trying to be present in all of the different places. I have moved around a few times to states that are very different from one another. I have travelled over a large part of the globe, I'm hoping to check off every country by the time I die but the realist side of me knows that I will never quite fulfill that goal. I can't sit still and I love seeing everything that I possibly can, whether this is a place or a side of an argument, I love every aspect of education and educating oneself.

There has been a lot of pain in my life and for a period of about two years I was severely depressed and did or had experienced many things that I wish I never had to go through but am now glad for because of the experience that they gave me. I have had my heart broken and my dreams crushed, I have been lost and been found again, I have had a struggle with a faith that I now identify myself with, but hey, go big or go home. I believe in feeling with your whole heart and examining life through the lens of living it, I respect people who stand up for themselves and are not ashamed to speak up, and I absolutely live for stories. Any story. Whether they be a life story or a fictitious piece, I don't care how it is told so long as it is shared and available for people to see. Stories are the best kind of education.

One very important thing that...
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