The Importance Of My Life

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In life, any unexpected occurence can change a person's perception of the world and open them up to questioning life as they know it. It was Albert Einstein that said "if you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or objects" and for most of my life, my goal was to be who everyone else wanted me to be. I based my hopes and dreams off the expectations of the people around me because I thought they had my best interests at heart, I never did what i wanted and I even made sure to ask what others expected of an outcome before I took on a task just so I could aim to please them. It was only after an unfortunate life changing event and years of searching for myself that i realized who i truely am and was able to come to a conclusion that if it wasnt for that incident i would not be who i am today.…show more content…
Throughout the early stages of my childhood both my parents were present and worked their hardest to provide for their children. Naturally, as I grew i got attached to my mother, the became much stronger after a night, one week before the Grade Six Achievement Test, a national high school entrance test all sixth grade students take to determine the school they'll attend the following academic year, I had a breakdown due to atelophobia however, she reassured me that as long as i did my best and applied myself to achieving my goals she would be proud no matter what, and I don't know what it was but that one moment meant the world to me and it still

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