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Member Since: May 2013

Last online: September 2017

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Last Updated Aug 07, 2017 | |
For someone like me, whose body is blessful, I can't fully empathize with the opposite. The ambition, goal, drive sprung from a person despite their disadvantages feel more accomplished than those that don't use their gifts to their advantage. That is the connotation behind Helen Keller's "sight but no vision."
For Helen Keller, it wasn't a picnic being deaf and mute. Initially, from a broad perspective, it's a life already written off as fruitless. Yet the gears turn opposite: she is not only successful at being able to communicate with others conventionally, she'd other forms of skills developed in response to her illness. Keller's success stems from creativity and imagination, paid off through hard work and determination, especially so because she was blind, but didn't subject herself to a fate of being blind to the world.
There is nothing that hinders me aside from my insecurities--- the need to attain assurance, the obsession and lack of execution and no motivation to do enjoyable activities because I fear incompetence on my part.
However, from this most recent year of my attended senior year of high school, I learned that in order to create a spark of interest to my life, I need to counter it with a change or two to my style. If I lost interest in one hobby, I create myself another; if I feel that my life isn't challenging enough, I put more effort into my studies for Biomedical Engineering; if I display some form of desire in the military, then I will impose myself to do such. While that doesn't cure the core of my insecurities, it has cleared my mind and helped me form a plan to accomplish my career goals, make my life integral to my being.

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Finally over that whole high school lifestyle, now it's all college--- filled with high ambitions, stomach of steel and a consistent complaint here and there, both in jest and in desperation. 

ROTC is fun, if not a bit grueling with running, which I need to acquire a like for and will eventually. I also will be pursuing my career through the paths of biomedical engineering. It's not that I'm smart, it's more along the lines of I'm rather high standards set up for me, though I won't discredit myself, if I'm allowed to brag just a bit.

I write stories as well as a kid with a mind that initially started out as idealistic and imaginative before it slowly transitions into a jaded perspective on the subjects at hand. I write them as well as a child, so that's probably why I'm in a large need of improvement, which is fine. I also don't update too regularly, since I will be inundated with deadlines or activities at my school, and the free time that I have is halved due to fifty percent of it composed of heavy writer's block and the need for inadvertent napping. 

Though I will try my best to make the story somewhat engaging, improve better each time is the goal. Hopefully I get little funny comments or memes here and there, if you please~ Thank you, much appreciated, my fellow writers.




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