Importance Of My Passion In My Life

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It is no secret that I found my passion to be a journalist at first grade. Most individuals don’t even know what they want to be that young. However, I knew from a young age that I loved to read and write. So I did a matter of fact, in my free time I would always read novels and write stories about the supernatural. Having that passion in my life was a big influencer. I never felt that I was forced to do this. I loved what I was doing, besides in theater you have to produce a vivid imagination. As an elementary student this was only the beginning. I remember as a young boy, on the playground. I would pretend I was a wizard with my best friend. We would run all on the playground about anything that came to mind pertaining to the supernatural. …show more content…
From the moment I visited the small institution my freshmen year of high school I knew that was the place I wanted to call home. I could envision myself a part of the students. As a perspective student I felt I was one of them. That year I saw the musical “Company” because a fellow alumnus from, my high school was in the show. Our theater group traveled three hours to see the show and performed bonding activities and even toured the campus. I found when we toured the communications and theater department that is the place I wanted to call home. I visited every year since then ether it being with the theater group or going to sneak preview day where I had the opportunity to sit in on a communications class and later and be on Adrian College radio station live recording a segment for them. Each time reminded me the reason why that place is the place I going to call home next year. Right now I am Muskegon Community College making the best out of every opportunity I have. I joined The Muskegon Community college television station and joined the theater production where I earned sixth man in the play “Metamorphose.” By taking on these new experiences I will be ready to attend Adrian College in the fall of

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