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Could I Have Been Somebody Else Dont you ever wonder maybe if things had been slightly different you could be somebody else Have you ever thought about who you are For example I am an American I have always been and will always be an American If I was not born in America though who would I be It is hard for me to grasp any other concept of life I would however most likely be slightly different The mere fact that I was born in America is not all that makes me an American however As a result of my upbringing and life in this country I have American traits woven into my personality These ideas are embedded into my character The concept of what an American is is very difficult for me to grasp I sometimes feel stereotyped by outside opinions of what Americans are about I still wonder what being an American means to me What is it that makes me different from a person of another nationality Many ideals that I have always taken for granted are instilled in me only because I am American I feel though that I am very lucky to be able to live my life in America I have never witnessed other nationalities first-hand but I know that many times the lives that they must lead are not as fortunate as the lives of most Americans I cannot relate to these issues because I have lived my entire life in a free country There is no possible way for me to comprehend any other way of living America is a part of what I am however it is difficult to say exactly what that is Every person must relate to his or her nationality in some way It is in a way a label A persons nationality tells so much about them Occasionally certain nationalities tend to be stereotyped As an American I feel that
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