Who I am

Topics: English-language films, A New Beginning, American films Pages: 3 (1099 words) Published: October 14, 2014
​As I scroll through the unknown hallways of high school for the first time, anxious and worried of the unexpected I was about to anticipate, my palms start the tip of shaking heavily and sweating uncontrollably. Thinking to it, I knew it was a start, a new start of life as a beginning, new chapter of not just believing in finding myself, challenging more to my limitations, setting high bars, letting myself free to the world of judgements and doubts of others around me, and showing my heart to the world in the creation I knew was forming “my future” already. As in the future I knew would be the outcome of the things that I’d chosen to follow or present of today, I knew I would want to become and be the things that I desired or worked for.

​I was the kind of average teenager that was very practical and simple to my own age, as they describe it. In someone who was just rousing around life and just living to the very last purpose, but that wasn't the person I wanted to be identified as. I was the kind of grown girl that was more prone than to just being there for living, I was living it to the very max of how I wanted to create an life that I took advantage of shaping it successfully, happily, and valued more than just to myself. I am the kind of person who takes a stand in my life and to the opponents of speaking up for what I believe in strongly in whatever take in I have to, whether for the sake of my good, to speak out, or against an disagreement or for someone of any kind who struggles without an example of following, or helped along the way. I am the girl who finds more than an example of following someone in their steps to accomplish, like my mom, and using a motivation and dedication towards life of my own to fully provide the example to the environment and people around of everything I do or am. I am the girl who desires a accomplishment and long and short term goal, and challenge to be overcomed and expected a lesson or outcome out of it to allow...
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