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Lifes experiences have the tendency to shape and mold us influencing us to change our perspective Certain events in life have prepared me to cope with such experiences and all the thoughts and feelings associated with them Through this agonizing realization I have gained personal wisdom understanding and ultimately been enlightened To me enlightenment is a process that releases us from this state of innocence Many of us are greatly affected by various events which essentially move us away from adolescence This may be the first day of elementary school a first date or the death of a loved one All of these points in somebodys life may change ones point of view and perspective of the world and of others However to me it was the tragic loss of my uncle that illustrates this point He has perpetually supported me whenever I needed it For example after falling off my bike which led to a broken arm he continually was there to comfort me following the accident Prior to him passing away I had taken life for granted and believing that no tragedy could ever occur in my life but I was wrong It was as if my drowning tears held me captive as I had been informed that his life had slipped away into a dark sea The anchor which held his boat steady had botched his heart failed in his deep sleep I had lost the ship that I held closely to my heart I could feel my heart fall into pieces as I watched it sink into the serene sea For me to lose innocence was an excruciating moment I faced the cold harsh winds of reality that told me he had died Instead I let myself believe that he was gone on vacation and later he would return I waited desperately for his letters but they never arrived My mind could not handle the thought of not ever
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