The Importance Of Myself In My Life

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I remember my freshman year walking onto campus on the first day of school. Right from the get-go I knew this was where I was going to become the person who I would essentially be for the rest of my life. I grew up as a very quiet kid, I was never the kind of person to be with the “loud crowd”. I was also very shy but really into music, little did I know that music would completely reshape me into a new person. In all my classes except for music I did my work and got my grade but never really interacted with my teachers. I remember biology class I hardly spoke with my teacher and it was actually one of the classes I struggled with the most. I had trouble capturing certain aspects of biology and I could not find the courage to go out of my comfort zone and just ask for help. This year however, I talk to my teachers about my grades, I interact with them on a daily basis. I’ve felt myself grow as a person and it benefits me so much. As I go through high school I’ve practiced different characteristics of myself. I feel like I’ve done great with integrity. I try my best to always keep an honest moral. I try to avoid cheating on tests in my classes and I try to be as honest as I can be in any given situation. Civility is another trait that I’ve practiced. I put lots of effort into keeping a clean conscience. I don’t try to gossip with or about my peers. I understand that we are all still growing human beings and I wouldn’t want to judge anyone who is still trying to find

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