Theme: Successfully becoming an applicant for Princeton University
Through all my achievements and disappointments, I have always been proud of my dedication and passion for personal beliefs and values. Unfortunately, in small towns where most people think so and reject exceptions, it is often difficult to show self-confidence and self-confidence. Whenever I say that I am a supporter of life, my companions are humiliated, blamed, and ridiculed for just believing what they despise. Despite all the pressures, I never gave up my faith. In order to gain my own insight and assurance, I participated in the "Light of Life" conference in New Jersey in the spring of 1995. This experience inspired me and gave me a lot of inspiration and inspiration. This competition received overwhelming support and encouragement from great people who have upheld the principles I believe in. The game was so exciting that I was able to connect my second day of learning experience with one of my biggest opponents. In addition, the large amount of information obtained at the Olympic Games helped me better protect my position in abortion. By participating in the competition, two things have been achieved. This proves my commitment to my beliefs. I took the lead to strengthen and support my point of view, without giving up and refusing to lose heart. Unlike many others, I am passionate and willing to learn new knowledge so that I can successfully spread my beliefs to others. In addition, this competition increased my confidence against my beliefs and taught me not to lose the courage to believe.