Finding Yourself Essay

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Finding Yourself

Hidden under every cloak, every item of clothing, and all makeup lies a body.
Under the skin of a body lies a soul, and a mind of thoughts. Reaching further we search for where the thoughts were born.

As an embryo we are brought into this world, and raised by our creators. From them we are taught life. Depending on our parents or whoever is raising us we become a person, with thoughts, feelings, emotions, and ideas.

Looking deeper it becomes clear that all idea’s exist from aspects we have learned. A single thought is also an embryo, born, and than created by it’s creator. Thoughts exist from teachers and learning and so we are taught the limits humans have, and the opportunities available, all of
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Hidden within every child there is something new, some new reason for existence, that cannot be found since they abide by what they are taught. For instance the idea that babies can communicate between each other as well as being able to learn a number of language would suggest massive brain power. If somehow we could extract in every young mind ideas behind their active imagination, perhaps we would discover many things we never really new.

Have you ever found that a young child sees the world with so much detail. For example if you walk in a room with a child and adult allowing both of them to view the room for a second, the child will tell you things in exact detail, while the adult tells only the obvious paraphernalia!

The water is called water with what justification? A child is taught it is water, but only as a word! Water sustains life, for without it, all life dies. It speaks as a person at times laughing or crying, it has the power to drown life away, just as easily as it quenches thirst. The world revolves around the water, so could it also be a teacher? The water can teach the value of listening, of hearing more than words, of feeling sounds, of using ones imagination and seeing anything in a reflection, of opening ones mind to love, and emotion. A child may teach itself incredible things from something of so little meaning to