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There are many things that help a person define him many experiences and encounters that help him to become the person he is now Its funny how one can aimlessly live his life without knowing who he really is Not until that one significant moment of impact that opened his eyes and that moment wherein life as he knows it ends Life never seizes to amaze me for every blow it gives me comes newfound strength that makes me realize what my weaknesses are or what they were It is astounding how the good and the bad the yin and the yang come together setting off a beautiful harmony in a persons life and the universe I have had challenges come in my way experiences that made me stronger and lessons that I will bring with me till I die Being thirteen years old means enjoying life and having no care about the consequences and outcomes of a certain action it is all about fun and games But an individual learns a few aspects of life in that same age I was thirteen once I did all those things and more I was clueless as to what life is and what it will be I was living life blindly until reality came crashing down and the life I once lived changed forever Stage 2 cancer My bubble of happiness popped as our family doctor uttered those three little words My grandma the person who looked after me at times wherein my parents werent available has stage two breast cancer I didnt know how it happened what to do or why it came so abruptly it hit me right in the gut My grandma having cancer affected my family so much My mom even resigned her job just to accommodate the needs of my grandma The resignation indirectly caused more problems because --- Along with being a hormonal prepubescent girl and learning about
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