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When I was Twelve and Now When I think of my past twenty years and try to figure out which year was the most significant in my life 1992 comes to mind In terms of the important events and changes the year when I was twelve was the most eventful A very important thing happened in my life that year My biological father lives in Melbourne Australia I did not know my father since the age of two and at twelve for the first time in ten years I got an opportunity to meet my father In the year 1992 I visited a beautiful country Australia I lived there for a total of four months and among other things that I did there I attended school where I partially learned English Of course the most wonderful thing about my trip was my meeting with my father This man that I never knew and only heard about was the most gentle and kind person When he looked at me I could see the great love in his eyes that probably only a parent can feel toward his child Now that I look back at those four months I realize that he tried to give me during that time everything that he couldnt for ten years All that however was not the end of my surprises Besides my father I also met my younger brother and sister by his second marriage The two children were completely adorable and it was incredible to see the similarities between us During those four months I being only twelve lived through an incredible experience that left me with many great impressions and memories I began to realize that families are not guaranteed to stay together forever That is when I started my small leadership movement I talked to children of my age and younger who like me were from broken families and tried to share my views with them on the
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