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Unformatted text preview: different world and instead of panicking I accepted it all for its differences. I had the time of my life and came back a changed, more mature individual that was ready to take on the world. While there I saw a ton of poverty and helped children learn how to do pinhole photography. The difference made was our connection with these children of poverty. Each day I would go and play with them and we would do pinholes—an activity they grew to love and appreciate. That taste of change felt great and I learned from the whole trip that with confidence and persistence you can change just about anything you want to. I cannot wait to keep travelling as I feel that I learn more from it than I could ever learn in a classroom. I’m planning on going to India to study abroad the summer before my junior year of college....
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- Spring '11