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"Act As If What You Do Makes A Difference.  It Does."  The bleak darkness before dawn was a sharp contrast to the sun shining on me on my previous first days of school. Goosebumps rose on my skin partly from the chilly wind pressing on my back and partly from the anxious feeling in my gut. However, this was no routine first day; it was my freshman year. My only solace was the few familiar faces in the sea of the unknown. Then, it occurred to me that the only thing worse than this would be to be the new kid on your first day of high school. I tapped my foot impatiently as I stood in the lunch line that meandered like a snake throughout the lunch room. Throngs of students pushed and shoved each other to get to the front, and the hundreds of voices collided together in my head. As the restlessness accumulated, I glanced to the side, and in the corner of my eye, I caught a glimpse of the new boy who sat in front me during 1st period. Amid all this chaos, his back was slouched, his head was drooped, and his eyes remained focused on his black
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