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Last week a boy in my College Composition Two class made the following comment At the Senior Class Presidents third grade birthday party we all rode horses at her house The boy was talking about my third grade birthday party He was trying to assure our teacher of how country I am He was amused by the country nature but I am proud of it and would not want it any other way A deep love for country life is what I can contribute to Rice Universitys residential college system As a child growing up in the country you explore and investigate nature around you You welcome the open space and areas of exploration The freedom to investigate allows children to expand their minds and imagine great possibilities They learn to entertain themselves without television play station and other man-made things Now television and play stations are not bad but it is good for kids to get outside and play sometimes so they have the chance to grow on their own and discover their own likes without the assistance of stereotypes television may present Living in the country allows for more personal privacy than city life can because your closest neighbor may live a mile away as opposed to a city neighbor who can hear if a fight is occurring in your house One may view this privacy as lonesomeness but I view it as a chance to grow closer to your family thus instilling deeper family values Living in the country once you are home you are normally home for the day since driving into town maybe far away Being home for the day with only your family you end up growing closer The privacy at home also permits you to appreciate the company of others when you see them-not because you are yearning for their company but it is just a change of pace Many people are not ever given the
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