A philosophy is any personal belief about how to live or how to deal with a situation. Everyone develops their own philosophy about a possible profession in the mid-teenage years. It is developed through past and/or current experiences interacting with experts in the area of interest as well as the level of self-understanding and personal attitude. Other ways a philosophy is developed is by values, the basis of one’s values, their effect on others, and what ones values about certain things are.
I value many things that are in my life. These include family, friends, relationships, love, and compassion. I was raised in a family oriented environment with my parents, my aunts, uncles, and grandparents. Without these amazing people I would not be the person I am now. As I was growing up my family and I were never the most outgoing or social people around, so I learned to be very independent in the way I think and how I do things. I know what I think and I do not care what others have to say. I never have had a great deal of friends throughout life. Luckily I did find five amazing friends while I was in my junior and senior year of high school. Without them I would surely be lost. I value relationships and everything involved with them. I do not mess around with people’s emotions and “play” people just to get something, I search for good hearted people with good morals who are caring and looking for what I am. I try to surround myself with people like this to ensure a good life and a lifelong friendship.
Sport has always been a major thing in my life ever since the age of two. My entire family is extremely athletic and has always been involved in athletics. They have taught me that winning is never the most important thing but enjoying what you are doing and who you are with is. This for me has been what I believe for most of my life and it still is. The only time that I do not apply this thought is when I am on the golf course. When it comes...
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