My View Of Life

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By the time I was five, I was just a kid with dreams. I had vivid dreams, I was like every other child, living life like a fable. However, my point of view of life changed immediately, and I started to analyze what life is. March 1, 2005. This date may or may not be significant to others, but this is the date where my life transitioned to another perspective, and it depicts who I am now.
I never felt the urge of spilling my life story, but this date impacted me and for once I am able to express my deep emotions. It all started when I was five years old. By that time, I knew there wasn’t a father in my picture, just a single mom with financial struggles. Although we had our problems, a man came along into our lives and my Mom married him. I
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I couldn’t believe she was going to drive all the way nonstop. While looking upon the moon, it looked as if it was trying to speak to me. I closed my eyes for a second and thought back to what the officer said when we were at the border. I thought to myself, I am supposed to be in bed, I am supposed to be with my family. It is where I belong. I belong with my grandfather, tucking me in bed for tonight. But this wasn’t the case, I opened my eyes and tried so hard not to cry, instead I closed my eyes again and started to think about how great our future was going to be.
As a result of more over thinking, I wanted to clear away the sadness of leaving my family behind. I finally had the courage and asked Amine about my dad. “So how do you know my dad?” I asked.
“Oh, well your mom and dad went to the same high school as me, and we were all friends.”
I bit my lip, and looked outside the window wondering if I should keep asking questions.
“Why did you say I look just like him?”
“Well, first of all you have the same hair style, you’re jawline is the same, and especially your eyes.”
I wondered if she had seen him recently, because she gave details to me as if she had seen him yesterday.
“You remember what he looks like?” I

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