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The au­thor is Teacher


No two peo­ple are ex­actly alike. God has given us dif­fer­ent skills and tal­ents. These skills and tal­ents were given not only to show them to other peo­ple but also to de­velop them. De­vel­op­ing one’s self takes a life­long process.

Some of them are our friends, the most in­flu­en­tial peo­ple in our life. It is with them that we feel be­ing ac­cepted. Some­times, the de­sire to be “IN” takes place. This “IN” drives makes you im­i­tate what they do, how they look like and even how they act.

But re­mem­ber, you do not need to be like them just to be with them. De­velop your own pas­sion, be­cause de­vel­op­ing one’s self also means be­ing your­self. You are the most im­por­tant be­ing that con­trib­utes much in you de­vel­op­ment. Rely on your­self. Learn the value of lis­ten­ing to your own self and you will not sure re­gret it.

Trust­ing your­self helps a lot in your de­vel­op­ment. If you know your own ca­pa­bil­i­ties, you will know the things that you should de­velop. You do not need to change your own iden­tity to be IN. It is your own self that makes you unique.

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I at Sto. Niño Ele­men­tary School

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