I am a twenty year old, working, junior college student, and a visionary, idealist, and revolutionist. At the age on 9 I lost my father and shortly thereafter my mother got breast cancer. Growing up I was raised on christian beliefs and fought against many of the morals taught to me, only to find myself still on the same page, but in an entirely different book. I took to punk music and ideals quickly as a teen and have continued to hold those mentalities as well. When I moved into the rave scene I gained a new understanding of peace, love, unity, and respect. So far in my college education I have chosen to take the cheap route, but the smart route in the sense that I have taken classes that have further built me to accomplish my dream of making this world perfect. I did this by specifically picking certain courses with professors who I had done previous research on, to ensure the quality of my education. To further my personal understanding of live, I also chose to move to San Diego straight out of high school, to learn for one year at a jc, and then I moved to Los Angeles for this year's education.The courses that have influenced me the most include, philosophy- contemporary moral problems, sociology- contemporary moral problems, political science, physical science-environmental science, and English. Everything I know points me in one direction, making this change that will happen, go right, and I believe I can.
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