Unexpected Love Essay

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Whether it’s a musician, singer, artist or anyone else, everyone have to go through the journey of life by facing difficulties. It’s a story about one day, just like several days where a jazz musician has been interviewed near the national forest. After being asked about why he changed his profession, he tells something amazing. (He tells) In this world there are two types of people: Polite, shy and religious, and on the other hand who is the self- styled ladies’ man. My life starts from ‘World War’ where from several bombings and deaths including fire in forests my family decides to change the Home- town to Paris. As a child I was polite and shy. When I had family problems during which my ...view middle of the document...

And will not able to see her, so I just want to meet her before saying bye. The moment I was thinking that, she just came in front of me and I just tried to talk to her. And she thanked god that she don’t have to see him but I just told him that this world is not bigger than our thinking. After one year or so I met her again when I went England for studying in the University. The day came when I had my first day of a college, I took science as my profession because I wanted to make an invention of ‘x-ray’ glass by which I can see the stuff inside the human body and can easily read the brain with. It was about 9 o clock in the morning when I had my first class of biology. I was walking through the Hallway, when I saw her with the bunch of guys. When I went there I saw that guys were bullying her, and I just jumped in and helped her getting out of those guys. For the first time I seem to have a good luck with her. She asked me for the friendship and I get a chance. I was happy that day but unfortunately was late to the class. Our friendship was getting better days by days. After several years of college again I had to say good bye to her. And told we will be meeting again because this world is no bigger than our thinking. Coming back into my home, I changed my interest again when I got inspired after seeing famous jazz musician and decided to become a jazz musician. I started by playing in the pub. My life was passing that way but one day a famous music composer came into that pub. And being happy with my talent he chose me to create my own music. I started doing concerts and days by days I was getting more popular and popular. One day when I was coming from...

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