Essay about Personal Statement : Dr. Seuss

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Dr. Seuss once said, “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” Trying to remember what happened to four years of my life and what those four years were filled with is tough. It’s so easy to remember the valleys and not the mountains. However, looking back on my years at Unity, I learned something incredibly valuable. Unity has taught me what it’s been trying to teach me since I walked through the door for the first time freshman year. I see how God walked beside me and that he will continue to do so for the rest of my life. God was there freshman year. I wouldn’t say he was silent, but more like quietly working. I cared more about my grades than I did making new friends or getting involved, but something wasn 't right. My friends started changing in ways I couldn’t control. Soon it was one thing after another and the only thing I could contribute to the conversation was my presence. Our friendship reduced to almost nothing. Fitting in was my goal. I tried over and over save the relationships, but in the end, I couldn’t have saved it anyways. During my second year at Unity, God showed me that I wasn’t meant to fit in. I shouldn’t have to change myself so I could be friends with a group of people I didn’t even like anymore. I found three girls who forever changed my life. They showed me how much fun high school was and how beautiful life could be. Freshman year, I ran cross country and that was about it. Sophomore year, I ran cross…

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