Why me?

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  • Created on: 12-12-13 19:55
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  • Why you?
    • Curiosity
      • Constatnly asking why
        • Dedicated to wanting to become a leading figure in the humanities and or psychology
          • Link... best way to learn.
            • When you're talking to someone who wants to listen and guide you about something you love, weekly. The people are so unique.
    • Because I don't know everything
      • Not arrogant enough as to think I may never know anything
        • But ohilosophy is the love of wisdom or knowledge and that reaches into every part of our lives.
          • Makes a holistic education and an interesting person.
          • Desperate to know as much as I can, I hate to think there's something out there that I've not thought about.
            • Not arrogant enough as to think I may never know anything
              • But ohilosophy is the love of wisdom or knowledge and that reaches into every part of our lives.
                • Makes a holistic education and an interesting person.
                • Desperate to know as much as I can, I hate to think there's something out there that I've not thought about.
                  • Fascination with new things and learning.
                    • Curiosity
                      • Constatnly asking why
                        • Dedicated to wanting to become a leading figure in the humanities and or psychology
                          • Link... best way to learn.
                            • When you're talking to someone who wants to listen and guide you about something you love, weekly. The people are so unique.
            • Fascination with new things and learning.
      • Passionate.
        • Colleges, City and the unique people.
          • Mad hatter tours may have seen, I worked with rival tour company and meeting the people and the diversity and
      • Love the idea of the tutorial and collegiate system. Living and spending hours with leading world experts!
      • I can make mistakes, fallor ergo sum
      • 'The mark of an educated mind is to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.'

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