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Fidati 1 Hannah Fidati Perspectives Reflection #2 24 February 2010 My Trip to the King Center When my perspectives professors first announced to the class that we would be walking eight blocks to the King Center, as a mandatory class field trip, I wasn’t too enthused. My mixed emotions were due to the ill weather, for it was a frigid 40 degrees outside with sharp air and bitter winds. My previous class also consisted of a walking tour that same day, which left me tired and slightly stressed, making me hesitant for facing the frosty weather yet again. Though strained and exhausted, I decided to keep an open mind to the situation and really try to delve into the experience. Thankfully, I was able to push aside all negativity and discover a whole new mind-set about our country’s history and culture. This experience helped me to shape a new opinion on the history of our culture, and it also gave me the chance to fully see how one person can make a remarkable impact in the world. As we all made it to the King Center, my exhaustion was shortly eclipsed by the general
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course PERS 2001 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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