Did you know that 98% of people live their lives without fulfilling their dreams? A dream is what shapes humanity, as it encourages them to be one step ahead and move towards their goals. At the same time, merely having a dream will not help, without persevering toward the achievement of that specific dream.
As for mine, I aspire to do something big in life or partake in an important role that can create an impact in terms of future modernity. However, bigger dreams cause bigger fears. Everyone can experience trepidation since it is one of the biggest obstacles in our lives. I had some phobias too, which had me getting out of my comfort zone while pursuing that specific dream.
In the process, it is not unfeasible that things could go sideways. To lose control over a situation is definitely unplanned and vexatious. For instance, my recent mid-term examination results were atrocious and that turned my world upside down, compelling me to feel lost and empty regardless of the number of people saying it was good enough to just pass. It is disappointing to know that you could have performed better.
Basically, it is normal to experience dysphoria as competitiveness is one of humanity's natures. Predominantly, we are born to compete, to shine in our own way, and never give up on what we have started.
Bryan Aaron Kumbong Anak Teddy is an ordinary teen, who does well in school, and a tennis player. His exceedingly competitive nature makes his personality and perspective different from others. He likes to daydream hence would constantly procrastinate due to his laziness and unenthusiastic behaviour. Additionally, he is a good listener and give his best advice to whoever needs it.
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