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by Anonymous - September 01, 2007
Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you.
“Do you see now?” The voice rang in my ears as I shook my head for the umpteenth time. My eyes were tightly shut, trying to hold back the tears of anger and frustration. When I opened them again, the world looked to me as it always did; only now the leaves above seemed to be mocking me as they chuckled in the breeze. Why couldn't I see?
I was nine…
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