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What is it about life that keeps us going?

Its interesting what sacrifices were willing to make. All of those olympic contestants, they competed again, and again, and again, they fail again, and again, and again, and they improve, fix, and achieve. Doctors, Lawyers, Teachers, they practice, practice, practice, and continue to improve, fix, and achieve.

Pople who started with nothing...

Oprah Winfrey
Stephen King
J.K. Rowling
Shania Twain
John Paul DeJoria
Leonardo Del Vecchio
Steve Jobs
Sean Combs

I could go on and on, but the point to this list of names is that if you really want something, then you are capable of achieving it... how badly do you want it?

My New York so far...

Exhausting, exciting, fun, frustrating... GREAT!

It's been an excellent experience, but exhausting. New York is HOT! Walking in the city you can just feel the heat from the streets. It's a different kind of hot compared to Texas all together.

Moving somewhere is hard. This move has felt harder then any other move I've done. This move has made me vulnerable, dependable, skeptical, frustrated, scared, and strong. I'm able to see a deeper side to myself... a different kind of strength. I know it's been about two weeks since I've written, but every time I would attempt... well I just didn't know what to say??? The reason I say this move has been the most difficult is because I didn't know anyone. Yes I had the acquaintances, but it's not the same. When I moved to college, I had family and I met people in class. When I moved back home, I had my mom and dad. When I moved here, I didn't have anyone... except for my heavenly father, and that has been my strength. Now I know that when you move somewhere, everyone goes through this phase. When you first move somewhere it's gonna take some time before your able to make a connection with someone. Right when your in that moment of despair, thats when something wonderful can happen. Life is a beautiful place to be in, you just have to stop and see the beauty in it.

Apart from my emotional experience, the intern position has been exactly what I needed. It's opened my eyes to what I needed to see and has only confirmed my passion for this career. I can't believe it's been two weeks in. People here work to live. It is a fast pace life and I love it. There is also an endless list of things to do. Everyone spends there time outside. I got off the train yesterday at 8 and you would have thought there was a party going on, but no there was no party. I told a friend, I liked it up here cause everyone gathers and socializes outside. Texas doesn't do that, but thats because it wasn't built that way.

My conclusion: one thing I have learned from this, don't tell me I won't or can't do something cause i'll prove you wrong.


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