I’m a 19-year-old American college student of Korean and Chinese descent, who is interested in stationery & language learning!
My mind that compensates for the loneliness I feel in life. My curiosity and interests about the world and its’ cultures. My burning desire to live a happy life that is from my dreams to reality. My rose-tinted view of how my future will go, in order to give me a sense of hope in contrast to helplessness.
I’m not horrible at getting my essays done for school, but I tend to procrastinate on the quality of those very essays.
The places I call home vary, whether they’d be in the happy place I desire to get to eventually or the box of stationery that I bought with my own money. Given how the house I live in is a reflection of what lead to me being in this emotional state, I have to be more open-minded in regards to what can be considered home.
Because as a young person, I dream of many places being potentially called home. Whether they’d be the Alpine nation of Switzerland or the place of good q...
Because as a young person, I dream of many places being potentially called home. Whether they’d be the Alpine nation of Switzerland or the place of good quality stickers in South Korea, I dream of many places to not only provide me with a life I can dream of, but also a genuine place to call home.
I’m craving the sashimi with soy sauce I had from the Korean market I had in my city. I’m also craving the seafood tofu soup I’ve gotten from the local Korean restaurant. I’m also conflicted about my purpose and standing, in regards to my views about my role in the world. I realize how being alone & struggling, at times, can make me into the type of lost and emotional person I currently am. But, luckily I’m alive!
When it comes to the opportunities I feel moved to explore, in regards to the natural world, I intend to explore my comfort within the clouds, the rain, and the peace it brings to my mind! 🙂
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