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When I was around 12 years old, I found my strength and will in Jesus Christ. After being bullied, for being weird and overweight, for a majority of my grade school life (ages 7-15), in 7th grade, I overheard a conversation taking place between a girl I had once known, And a kid that was also going through tough situations. He was also being bullied as I was. She was telling him how Jesus Christ our lord and savior loves him very much and how he has a place for him in the kingdom of heaven. The more she talked about the endless love God gives us, and how she gives him love in return, the more I started to be intrigued by the topic. A while later I had asked her to tell me about her religion. She told me she was Christian.
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I very much enjoy the arts, such as theater, choir, and musical instruments, as well as graphic art itself. I hope to gain further knowledge of the Christian faith. My previous school, Riverside Polytechnic High school, I thrived in the theatre and choir departments. My high school career involved being a part of many plays and musicals. Such titles include; Hamlet thrill-ma-geddon (ensemble), grease (Doody), arsenic and old lace (Teddy Roosevelt), legally blonde (Emmett Forest), The Spitfire Grill (sheriff joe), the Odd Couple (Jesús), High School Musical (Troy Bolton). In 4 of the shows I was either a lead role or the main lead role. I've done Varsity Choir (chamber singers for 3 years) in which we have traveled to San Fransisco, Nashville Tennessee, and in the spring of 2015, Seattle Washington, all for the Heritage World Wide choir competition. We placed first rank Gold in San Fransisco, and won first gold, best overall choir, and best conductor, in Nashville. I've had what I would call, a pretty musical, strong, and spiritual high school career. I made new friends, which I had never had when I was being bullied, and I found a group of people in which I finally felt

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