Examples Of My Cosmopolitan Lifestyle

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TITLE: My Cosmopolitan Lifestyle

Regardless of our age, gender, culture, religion, or socioeconomic status, we all have asked ourselves existential questions that begs answers. Who am I? Where am I going? And what do I want to do with my life? I have come to the conclusion that I have a moral responsibility to save the existing world from global chaos. Or, more realistically, to make a difference within developing countries that are still struggling with poverty, wage inequality, corruption, refugee crisis, tribal prejudice, environmental calamities, and much more, such as my home in Kenya.

I was born in Nairobi, not fully aware of what I would later know to become my biggest asset in life; my heritage.
Growing up in Kenya, I had the privilege to be raised in a multicultural household where I was never labelled or categorized as to what I was, and was instead regarded as who I was. In addition, enrolling in a diverse school as a kid affected the way I perceived people. Thereupon, I did not find myself questioning the differences between students regarding their ethnicity, language, religion or race. Instead, I embraced everyone and everything all around me and had an understanding that being different was interesting and the norm. I continued to witness and experience both the slow-paced neighborhood lifestyle & adventurous outdoors.

Then, my turning point in life arrived. Our family decided to move to a new country, just as I was entering my teen years. I was excited to
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