We Re All Different In Our Own Ways By Joshua Yuschasz

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Have you ever seen people that look, dress, act, or have interest that are different from you? What do you think about them? They are a bunch of weird people, and you are likely start to tease and make them your laughing stock. After reading “ We’re All Different in Our Own ways” by Joshua Yuschasz from NPR’s This I Believe, I started to wonder about if I had ever done the same as those people stated earlier. If so, then I need to change my way of conceiving by giving them respect for their individuality rather than punishing them. In his article, Joshua mentions that he has Asperger’s Syndrome, and his peers would feel annoyed with the presence of him; however, he accepts that as his uniqueness towards his peers. After I have lived for nearly …show more content…
Lots of teenagers of the same ages extremely concern about how their appearance in front of others. If they go for shopping, they will buy well-known brands of clothes, shoes, caps, or many other accessories. Also, they will update the latest fashions that are popular right now, and they can talk for more than an hours on that topic. For me, I only prefer to buy some useful and cheaper things. In my view, it would be such a waste to buy some branded stuff that are surely expensive. I would rather spend that money to do other interesting activities, such as travelling or attending music concerts because we can share the experience with someone else, but the fashion will expire …show more content…
Every time I learn new subjects at my college, I require a big amount of time to fully understand the lecture. When I was in high school, all my friends would nod confidently if the teacher asked that if we had understood, or we needed more clarification. I was afraid to ask the teacher because I was a timid person at that time, and obviously if I asked the teacher in public. I would look like I was a slow learner compared to my friends. Nevertheless, my parents would always inspire me with numerous of profound advice. One of the fond saying by them was success always comes from 99% of perspiration and 1% natural ability. I would spend day and night studying, read the textbooks, do lots of academic exercises, and ask the teachers in person. To be honest, I will feel terribly uneasy if I am still in the gray about my subjects, and I am willing to burn the midnight oil in order comprehend them. . Like my other friends, some who were gifted with ingenious talent would spend less time to study while others would study perfunctorily and start to panic on the day of the

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