Me, Myself, And I Essay

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………. I am Asian, and like most Asian families, I have strict parents; however, my parents believe in me and they are actually proud of my hard works. One thing that keep me in line and not slacking off is my sister. My sister, her name is Man, who is ten years old, have Down Syndrome. She is a sweet girl who is quite cheerful and make everyone laugh at the silly things she does. My sister is always there for me, when I need a hug or a laugh. She can walk but cannot talk, and almost die during surgery. I often questioned God why is my sister the one who goes through bad things even though she is a good person, but that is just a way of life. No one can escape bad fortunes, it is just like a smoke floating on top of our heads. My sister is my motivation, the reason I am who I am today. Without her, I would be an empty shell. Thesis ………

I am just an ordinary person who everyone thinks is extraordinary in this world. I am not the girl with a smile on her face everyday. I like to act like a tough guy even though I am in my weakest point. I like to act tough because I do not want people to worry about me. Things are pressuring me each day, crushing me and drowning me. I like to keep my feelings as a secret so that I do not have to deal with useless emotions. Things I do to be accepted are working hard for the grades my parents and my teachers expected; however, I do not want to try sometimes. People see me as someone who work hard, honest and quiet, but I am not who they think they know. Sometimes, I just want to let everything go, be lazy and burst out screaming. I was bullied during sixth grade; the school I went to have a lot of Mexicans and only five or six Asians. They make fun of my name and my race; they believe were more superior than I am. I let them bullied me because I wanted to be accepted badly; a lonely girl without any friends. Luckily, I got away but those bully remarks and comments create more insecurities about myself. I do not know what is my real smile and my fake smile anymore because I hide my pain with a smile.

My belief is Carpe Diem, seize the day. I believe in that because everyone will die in the end and what I do everyday will affect my future. Honesty and generosity, both things that I can live without but choose not too. I always tell myself to be honest, even if it is scary to admit how I feel. I choose to be generous because the generosity that I help...

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