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Michel And His Love For Life

1127 words - 5 pages

Michel and his Love for life
The evening was overcast with gray and darkened clouds. The cold and chilly wind coupled with the occasional thunder gave signs of an unrelenting storm. The cafe was quietly busy with few customers, some whom were queuing patiently for their orders and some nestled themselves comfortably on the couch minding their time. The time was ten minutes passed the appointed hour and Michel was nowhere in sight. The rain erupted shortly into a heavy downpour and unexpectedly, the glass panels of the doors was gently pushed and Michel made his appearance.
Michel, whom turned twenty last June, stands at roughly 1.75 meters and has fair brown complexion. He approached in a ...view middle of the document...

The family is modestly well to do; with them living marginally well inside the middle income group. Many would say he is blessed with fortune, but given his expression at that moment he only showed modesty.
Michel is currently a student at the Kaplan Academy and he is beginning to embark on his academic journey throughout the field of Communications. He believes that speaking is the only way one can validate their existence to others and themselves. He moves on citing that words had founded civilizations, religions and most of all; made peace a possibility. In this turn of the century, when communications are at the most high end, it is an opportunity one must make good use of and that idea seemed to have possessed him. Even though, he likes his current circumstances, he regrets not being able to be focused and disciplined when it came to some important decisions during his earlier life. Moreover, He mentioned that he tried to overcome it by taking on more initiatives and responsibilities but that only caused him to fall twice as behind.
He described that there are two events from his past, he might like to alter in order to change the course of his life. The first, was not being able to proclaim his true love for his best friend and the second, was not trying hard enough to overcome his weakness in his second language and mathematics. He believed, that particular courage that was absent at those points had prevented him from facing larger problems later in his life.
As Michel's emotions grew warmer, he had found the composure which added resolve into his character. “I know what you think. I feel your uneasiness more than you realized. I don't belong in this place and yet I'm sitting here. Despite the bad, I always hoped for the best. I'm a good-natured person, wiser and more determined than ever to overcome my flaws. I need to be a good example for my family and friends, as their happiness depends on my well-being as well.”
In five years time, Michel is very determined to complete his education up to his bachelors and to have already found a career in public-relations and be well employed while earning a stable income. In ten years, he wants to purchase a home which he can call...

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