I’ve always felt that we all have the capacity to make the world better than we found it. We deserve better. Our friends, family, strangers we will never meet deserve better. When things are hard and progress is slow, when it becomes so much easier to give up on dreams for better, giving – our time, our knowledge, and most especially our love – is an act of rebellion. It is an honour to be a part of a team that gives so selflessly to the next generation, enabling them to thrive. Working towards a better future makes today a little bit better too.
My mom is my hero as she is the most selfless, caring person I know. All my life she has been such an incredible role model and each day she encourages me to live my dreams.
Someone I greatly admire is John Powell. He is a film composer. As soon as I first heard his score for the movie How to Train Your Dragon, I knew I wanted to be able to write music like that.
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How to Train Your Dragon. Not only is the score amazing, but I’ve always had a fascination for dragons. I was waiting for this movie long before the script was even conceived.
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Music. As a student I was always involved in choirs and bands. When my school offered a computer music course, I jumped at that opportunity as well.
Sushi. I would be perfectly happy to spend the rest of my life eating nothing but sushi.
Growing up with a large extended family scattered across long distances, it became a tradition for the lot of us to make the trek to one location once a year in the summer. For many of us it was the only time we saw our cousins. We’d spend the time swimming, boating, hiking, and taking a trip down the road to see the nearby horses. We’d hold dance-a-thons and dress-up contests and come up with new ill-fitting nicknames to our aunts and uncles.
More about me.
While I have lots of hobbies that I enjoy, there is no one thing that I would put above the rest. I love learning and trying different things simply because I can. I think it’s easy to take for granted our access to knowledge and the time to pursue it. I try to treat that access as the luxury it is and indulge in it, if only because not everyone is lucky enough to be able do so.