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Who Am I Who Am I This is a question that I should ask myself everyday Its a question that helps me to evaluate my life and what it means to me In order to complete this evaluation I will split my life into three categories spiritual mental and my view of life itself Who Am I spiritually I would consider myself a very spiritual person Both my parents were raised as strong Christians in the Church and Ive been brought up the same way Most of my younger years up to graduation religion has played a major role in my life It has been the foundation to which Ive based my morals However after High School my spiritual life has changed dramatically I feel more independent as a Christian and can explore my own beliefs without feeling pressure from others within the church My independence has driven me to study different religious views on such topics as creation evolution and interpretations of the Bible My beliefs still remain the same but I have become more open minded to other views I am able to listen to others and understand what they are trying to explain My independence as a Christian has helped me to improve my education and broaden my view of other opinions Who Am I mentally I am the type of person who likes to walk the walk and take action in my life I look at life especially at this age as a time to experience new things A time to get away from the same everyday routine and enjoy the short time we have on earth I am the type of person who likes to set goals Whether its to run my own business someday or just to bring a friend back to church Some of my goals may seem unrealistic but it will always give me something to aim for If I could describe myself
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