An Informal Piece I Write From American Literature Essay

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Because this is the first informal piece I write in American Literature, I think you should know where I stand on a variety of issues. Telling you about myself feels, by some means, dishonest since the most important thing about me is that I am constantly changing. When I was little, teachers used to tell us to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes before we judge them. Yet, I’ve never understood what we’re supposed to learn from a pair of shoes. If you want to know who I am, I suggest taking my eyes, my ears, my hands, but most importantly, my words. You will learn more about me from my words in one week than a million years in my shoes .
I am a thrill-seeker, an adventurer, a wanderer. I live to see old things, new things, and, my personal favorite, old things in new ways. Some people might fancy me an adrenaline-junkie, but honestly, that’s not who I am. I don’t care about the adrenaline pumping through my veins in the moment, but for the exhilaration pumping through my heart when I look back on the memories. I am everlastingly curious. There’s an old saying that curiosity killed the cat, but as well all know, cats have nine lives. I believe that at least one of those lives ought to be spared for the sake of curiosity. I have found that imagination is the mother of all things good in this world, and that the eye of my mind is, indeed, a better place to play. I am by far one of the most imaginative people I have ever met, and that disappoints me. I think…

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