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Welcome to Ghillcorner's, I am blogging about my journey abroad, and try to look around my website to see some of my past articles/journals. Enjoy!

My life’s experiences have undoubtedly shaped me into a compassionate person who yearns to express my feelings through writing. The same resiliency that has helped me to attain my past goals will certainly assist me in my determination from achieving my personal and professional ambitions. I peered over my toes at the water streaming fifty feet down to the muddy pool below me and felt a queer beat in my stomach. For half an hour I had hiked a steep incline up to the cliff in flip-flops. Clinging tenaciously to the footpads, I skipped across small creeks, pulled myself up with the aid of jutting rocks and tree roots, and swung across gaps in the path on branches. But as I stood on the cliff, barefoot now, I forgot my strenuous climb and remembered that every step was taken for one reason - to jump. So I stilled the fear bouncing in my stomach, counted to three, hurled my body into the air, and fell.

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