What Is Your Identity Essay

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Marianne Williamson once said, “It takes courage to endure the sharp pains of self discovery rather than choose to take the dull pain of unconsciousness that would last the rest of our lives”. I’m still trying to discover who I am and what is my purpose in life. Finding my identity and my purpose will be a journey in my life, and everyday that I live I learn something new about the world and myself.

Ever since I was three years old, I always enjoyed music. I would like to sing, dance, and even pretend to be playing an instrument. I was always fascinated with music and how it affected people in many ways. In the third grade, I heard my school orchestra play and I knew right of way that I wanted to play the violin. So when fifth grade came along I fell in love with playing the violin, and to this day I still do. Something about playing instruments feels so right in my heart and soul. I’m the happiest around music and playing music. I find music to be like my “zen” zone. If I’m feeling frustrated or depressed
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I maintain my GPA no lower than a 3.2 and I always love to help in my community. By the time I graduate I’ll have 120 hours of community service. I really believe that if you take some time to help someone in your community, it can really make a difference. And when it comes to school I’m always in task and try to improve my work ethic every year. In the eighth grade I won first place in regional National History Day, for group websites. I was so very honored to be offered the chance to go to Austin, Texas. There I entered the level state competition but they lost our judging sheet unfortunately. Overall my academic experience has been fun and interesting in many ways.

In conclusion, I still have not found my purpose in life but my overall experiences have made me the person that I am today. I always will work towards my goals, improve my worth ethic and enjoy what I do every
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