Why do I do what I do

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Why do I do what I do? After sitting here for an hour struggling to come up with some incredibly passionate reason for my existence here in the world, I keep coming back to the same main reoccurring theme in my life that is visible from when I was a child up to present day me. In everything I do, I do it to be completely and utterly in the moment— maximizing fun at 'all times. When I was a kid all I wanted to do was play. Recess and Physical Education were my prime time of the day as my and my group of best friends and I triumphantly ran around the Park School Elementary playground. When the bell rang to go back to class, it almost seemed like the end of the world but we somehow made it back to class dripping in sweat—a physical display of the level of fun we were having. Such a ‘carpe diem’ attitude on life was really instilled within me when my family and I travelled around the world for a year. Metaphorically speaking, the trip represents exactly the idea of living in the moment as my mother, father, and sister all put our crazy
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course ARTS AND A 10 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCLA.

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