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While Seattle Pacific does not require a profession of Christian faith for admission we do seek to admit students who will best succeed in and benefit from a Christian learning environment Please describe your own faith perspective and how it shapes your daily life 250-500My father came from a very religious Buddhist family and my mother came from a very religious Christian family Growing up from two different religious backgrounds never left me with a specific religion of my own But that never meant I couldnt get one of my own It all began during my trip in Europe this summer I had lost my luggage at the airport in Rome Italy I fell onto my knees as worried feelings broke in through my mind thinking How will I survive without my luggage Feet dry as sand body dusty as a broomstick I being at my worst condition asking for help for hours seemed useless where nobody seemed to understand my words Only able to report the lost luggage I dragged my heavy feet to the hotel at least to get some rest As I got to my room before I could even throw myself onto the bed I prayed For the very first time I sent God a message for his helpPraying was never usual in my life But without even a notice I found myself praying with passion My eyes closed as hard as if they could see God and my hands held together so strong to not let go of each other I prayed every night for my lost luggage until the last night at Rome The luggage still hadnt been found yet putting disappointed feelings and sadness aside I put my hopes up and prayed for one last time As I finished I slowly let my eyes slip down close and fell asleep Time didnt pass long when I heard a loud phone call Bothered from waking up I ignored it
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