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handwriter

handwriter

Norway

May 3, 2014

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05:02 AM May 04 2014

ola33

ola33
Japan

Yes life is not fair. But let's prove it's wrong. We're all different with our abilities and all the same wanting respect, love, good friends. For example Math has always been a challenge for me. But the more it is challenging, the more it is alluring to me. I want to prove it wrong that math is a challenge to me. Montessori would have called it vanity. But to me it's not. It's just developing the part of my left hemisphere of the brain that is responsible for Math activities. And as she said genius is 90% of practice, I'm going to practice myself in Math and in any other activities that I think my physic is not accepting in a welcome mood. I want to prove it wrong. Life is a struggle, a test. Imagine if everything was fair, wouldn't be boring. So, let's go to overcome insurmountable! But don't forget to be lazy too. Balance!

11:42 PM May 03 2014

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

Look! Life is wonderful—it truly is. Are there things that can be improved? Most certainly! Can they be changed? Absolutely! How? First, I believe, is to admit that maybe life isn't as fair or equal for everyone. Second, we must want change—change for the better.