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In the year of 2004 there was a very young and wild student who had a strong desire to become a magnificent artist in the future Just her name which was Alaia showed her unique personality and inner characteristics Alaias parents named her Alaia because both her mother and father thought that being special means you are not an individual who makes up the majority of people who live in a compacted nation Alaia completely did not expect that she was going to become the greatest artist in the world just with the presence of her artistic skills And to her art was only a form of entertainment that gave her happiness and a purpose for living But Alaias mother and father knew from the first day she inhaled the air of the Earth into her lungs that she was going to become some kind of influential person who will greatly impact the world in a positive way And this is the main reason why they are the ones who determined what she was going to concentrate on as a major during more than half of her life As a result Alaia depended heavily on her parents opinion and thinking about how to have a brighter future No such thing as my personal opinion existed in Alaias mind because in a short period of time her parents perspective became her perspective Ironically the transformation of her own identity did not prevent Alaia from getting closer to her motives and goals Instead it increased her greed which in some ways is good and in other ways is bad because if a immature child is greedy she or he will do anything he or she can do however difficult the task is to fulfill hisher wants However in Alaias life this feature was both her strength and weakness It played the role of white-out The greed that was growing
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