Personal Narrative: My Hero's Journey

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The hero's journey is a pattern of human life. Every man has a story to tell and this is mine. Let's start from the very beginning. I was a normal Georgian boy. I planned to study in a normal school, have average grades and get an average job to be able to sustain my family. In other words, live an average life of an average human. I had no enthusiasm, no motivation of achieving something exceptional in my life. However, there came a moment when everything started slowly changing. Up to the age of twelve I was feeling like this and living the life of an average boy. Then came the call: My mother suggested to take a gamble and switch to a school which specialised in physics and mathematics. In the summer of 2008 I had to take an admission exam to obtain a place in…show more content…
One might ask; what have I learned and accomplished throughout this brief journey. I have changed as a person. Apart from acquiring all the technical knowledge, I have met new people who helped me all the way through this journey and gave me the necessary experience (I cannot mention all of those wonderful people in one brief essay). Also, I developed new characteristics such as bravery; I was afraid to face challenges but now I am more open and even enthusiastic about new difficulties and walking out of my comfort zone. I have become more adventurous and I seek new experiences. I established professional as well as personal contacts. I have become more flexible and susceptible to change. It is worthwhile noting that the hero's journey is not finished yet and will not be anytime soon. This is due to the fact that over these past couple of years I felt that I am a part of something bigger than myself, I feel that I need to help others find their way and set example for future generations to act heroically, embrace change and think about the whole society, not only
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