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- September 24
- BS Nutrition Undergraduate
- Favorite Writers:
- William Blake, Jim Stovall, Jostein Gaarder
- Favorite Books:
- The Holy Bible, The Ultimate Gift, Sophie's World
- Favorite Quotes:
- "As long as work is work from heart, truth be told, it is a work of art."~Damien Miller
Wow, where do I start? Well, as a child, my mother would read poems, fairytales, and fables to me before I go to sleep. When I got into elementary, she would force me to read a few thick books, and have me put the story in a nutshell. That was probably the rock where I built my literary house on. Since my eldest sister was my English teacher back in elementary, she taught me most of my knowledge regarding grammar, pronounciation, and the list goes on. My brother on the other hand is an entirely different story. Thanks to the sleepless nights that we would spend together, I somehow 'stole' a few of his verbose accents, e.g. General American, Australian, British (which needs most development) and probably a few more. Both my mom, sister, and brother have been giving me a few tips on a day-to-day basis; they would even have word games in the car! That being said, I am a dwarf who has stood on the shoulders of giants. High school was also loaded with essay writing and poetry contests, which probably helped me flush my talent out. Though I wouldn't have gotten better If I don't love the art of writing. Now, my father is the only person who I haven't mentioned yet...well, he's the one who's influenced my literary style the most; since he is a pastor, I would learn so much about Christianity from him, and you will notice that most of my poems have a bunch of religious implications. That should be all. To God be the glory!
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- Yes, Tradition
Hermeneutics, Poetry, Taekwondo, Badmintion, Bowling, Ping-pong, Watching TV
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