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Little Lessons Ive learned on my way Lesson 1 Dont Lose Your Path In his poem The Road Not Taken Robert Frost wrote Two roads diverge in the woods and I took the one least traveled by And that has made all the difference In this poem the narrator had a choice of two roads However Ive discovered that life is a little more complicated Sometimes the path we embark on is not always the one we choose Sometimes we are pushed or pulled in certain directions and we have to react to our environment My path to a college education has been filled with bumps potholes detours and roadblocks The signs often read yield and do not enter The path has not always been clear but Ive kept my eyes opened focused on the road ahead and the experience has made all the difference Lesson 2 Become an Active Listener I believe that the power to empathize or the ability to put yourself in someone elses place begins with an open mind When I say that we must become active listeners in order to understand one another I mean to say that there are subtle movements in our speech certain words that we use certain utterances that are not directed towards us certain circumstances unrevealed to us We must endeavor to hear all of them Lesson 3 Goals never die Allowing ones personal aspirations to fall victim to lifes hardships may be a desirable solution but also a costly sacrifice It takes perseverance drive and passion to rise above difficulties and a long-term goal always serves as a light at the end of a seemingly never-ending tunnel My goal is simple intellectual enrichment and the use of my knowledge to help those in need of a helping hand My life experiences have helped me to appreciate the value of this goal and I look forward to reaching
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