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As a person I am a creation of god and I was made to serve a purpose. Sometimes with the situations I have been through I have not completely understood why was it happening but then I realized that my story will impact someone else's life. Currently I think that I am a person trying to live one day at a time and to make the best of this life before leaving to join God in his kingdom. I feel that I have some weaknesses that is an everyday battle but I continue to look beyond my circumstances. Some of the most important experiences that have affected my academic goals was when I started having surgeries. My first surgery occurred when I was at the age of 14 and I

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