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Bedraggled disheartened and blanketed with mud I sat on the sidewalk blubbering while the tears dripped down my knee As I watched the salty droplets trickle down my dingy leg and meld with the crimson driblets oozing from my ragged shins I felt a certain overwhelming feeling of helplessness of defeat After a comfortable amount of time was spent wallowing in self-pity my relentless attitude proficiently mustered the nerve to get back on my very first bicycle and give it another try I was on my way to conquer one of my first aquaintences with adversity Excellence and success is not achieved in perfection but in knowing you tried your best This is definitely the most powerful virtue that Ive cultivated throughout the yearsFrom learning to walk to learning to drive and all the obstacles that I faced in between I was always able to employ this adage and trust that belief in it would get me through whatever challenge I faced As an innocent radiant slip of a girl I embarked on my first steps of life I fell and fell again until my bottom was bruised Im sure Nonetheless I never gave up and was up and running around in no time I was ready for bigger and better things Before long it was time for school This by far has been the most challenging endeavor midst the years No matter what I always gave it my all and managed to remain a high honors student throughout a majority of my academic career until I was faced with an even larger taskhighschool With problems developing in the family I became incredibly withdrawn and unfotunately indifferent By my junior year I was feeling so overwhelmed that in essense I surrendured to failure I barely had the ambition to go to school let alone do well in my classes I was accepting defeat and very low grades at that Then
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