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Vincent Nguyen Changing Perspectives Theres a time and place, where reality becomes very apparent and your

perspectives change as a result. As a child, I loved to lose myself in the imaginary world of gunfire and war. Because I thought it was exciting, and so did my friends at the time. We used to play, every recess and lunch, after we finished our home-packed lunches and snacks. After which we would lose ourselves firing imaginary bullets at one another - giggling as we did. However now, after many hours of war films, horror shows depicting limbless veterans, and of course education, as a result those simple childish days where we harmlessly aimed imaginary guns at each other seemed to indicate that we resented one another and so we decided to stop. But, the main reason was that the teachers after watching us fire finger guns at each other, yelling DIE DIE DIE DIE! assumed that we had something very wrong with our minds and that we were psychopathic. But clearly it was just harmless children frolicking, merely re-enacting what they saw on television. Due to the teachers, our parents were called and we were forced to change our daily routine. So, after years of war games and such, we transited to handball. My perspective was changed in three different ways, 1st of all is that teachers are sometimes dobbers for one thing, second that War isnt fun but rather tragic and shouldnt be re-enacted in such a way as we did, and last is that trying a new sport every once in a while can be exhilarating. The irony of my last point is that to this day I still play a game of handball, every lunch and recess screaming LOSE LOSE LOSE LOSE! So really, as time progresses, I am really actually doing the same thing except in a different situation.

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