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I remember a certain time during my senior year of high school when I was in the process of deciding a major and which colleges to apply to I was driving home from work As I was driving home I was listening to the radio and a story came on about a girl who decided to teach English overseas to others who need to learn As soon as I heard that out of nowhere it really hit me hard Something clicked in my brain and I thought of something that Ive never thought of before I had this sudden realization on what I actually wanted to do in life And that was to become an English teacher and teach overseas I never thought about that option until I heard that radio interview I thank God every day that I turned on the radio right at that moment Most call this an epiphany Im sure that most of us have had one in one point of our lives whether we act upon it or not An epiphany is a type of feeling or an internal idea that appears into your brain when you experience something or hear something etc Rousseau had his epiphany or revelation while experiencing the memories of his youth He says that the muse has to be in you You have to have that certain muse or the epiphany might not happen Both Rousseau and Wordsworth have this type of epiphany in their stories and if pay attention and read extremely close to what they are saying we can learn from them Jean Jacques Rousseau is a Genevan philosopher from the 18th century Wikipedia states His political philosophy influenced the French Revolution as well as the overall development of modern political sociological and educational thought Wordsworth was an extremely huge English Romantic who was born in Cockermouth Great Britain Both Rousseau and Wordsworth tell us their journey through life They explain to
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