My father has always been my protagonist since day one. Ever since I was young me and my Father have always had a very strong bond in every way. I consider him my protagonist because he is always there for me when I need him. No matter his disposition he always provides for me. When I have problems he listens and gives me helpful advice. I hope one day to be to my children how my dad has been to me.
I feel like my antagonist has always been me. I'm always the person that keep myself from doing better and achieving more. I'm always the one that tells myself I can't do it or to put it off until later. I'm always feeling like I'm to my detriment. It may change one day, I might start feeling like I do some good for myself one day, but for now I feel like I'm my own worst enemy
My life Climax
After my parents got divorced when I was three. I began the transition of having blended families as my parents both remarried. While I was beginning to develop my young mindset my first sibling arrived when I was six years old. I now realize that was an immense shift in my reality. Outside of my only only-childness, I began to enjoy what it means to have and be a sibling. I This really ended up changing me and who i was then and I still see how having sibling changed me and how i've affected them while they grow up. Its beautiful to see sombody you knew when they were born blossom into a person.
My life settings
A place that will always remain a life setting of mine is the living room at my dads house. I've had so many good things and bad things happen here. As weird as it may sound I feel like I kinda grew up in that living room My other life setting is school.. I can't say one school inparticular, because I've gone to so many different schools over the years. Alot has happened to me at schools over the years, I've learned so much at school in the classroom and out of the classroom. School and living at my dads house really shaped me into who I am today.
My Life's theme
A theme I feel would represent my life would be strive. Because I have always striven to be more and to accomplish my dreams. It's why my forefathers came here for their children to have better lives than they could ever had in other lands. I always try to do my best to respect their aspirations, that is why I strive. I feel like life can be a waiting game so that's why I strive. I try to do better than I thought I ever could. I strive and always will.
Internal conflicts range from day-to-day things, sometimes its a small thing other times the internal conflict is greater. Most of my internal conflicts occur when I over-think things... which is every little thing I do. I have always found myself be hyper self-critical almost like a perfectionist, but not to such a degree. I just constantly worry myself about things that arent even worth a second of thought. This is a serious internal conflict I have with myself
When my conflict are external they are minor. Normally its just a day-to-day struggle when it comes to external struggles. But really everybody has the same struggle along with other things. Another external conflict that I feel has affected me for most of my life is having divorced parents and split possession between parents. So sometimes im not able to do something I want to do with my friends because one parent might not let me go. It can really just create some complications.
This epiphany of mine occurred when my grandfather passed away. At the time I was in the 7th grade and I understood the concepts of death but I didn't worry about it affecting anybody I knew anytime soon. My grand father had been in declining condition for the past year or so, so I guess I just expected him to stick around, because he was a strong individual. But of course as I had not expected he died one peaceful morning in his sleep. Having somebody I loved so much pass away, really opened my eyes to the fact that no matter who you are life is always temporary as much as we wish otherwise. This really made me look at life from a different perspective and made me realize that life is gem and it should be cherished and never taken for granted.
Simile: I am steady like the rock-face shore that is battered by the violent ocean waves
Person analogy: I could compare myself to a tree. Life beginning as a sapling, being soft and vunerable; needing the warth from my parents, and water of their knowledge to grow. Getting stronger as I am grwoing up, my branches begin to wander in different directions which are my interests and personality traits. My young roots slowly getting stronger, branching deeper into the ground, firmly establishing who I am. As my branches multiply and flowers bloom, I reach toward the light of my future and broaden the span of myself. While deeper my roots reach I understand more about my family and my heritage.
Metaphor: My family is a warm cozy cottage among the cold dark wilderness of life.
My motivation is the chance to have a life that I can be proud to say was mine, to make my life better and to better myself in the process. I'm self driven by my motivation which I found in myself. I want to make my life better and in turn possibly do the same for my future children. I can't say that my life will work out but I'm going to do all that I can to make it work out in the end. There is no tangible evidence of the spoils I may receive one day, but I'm less focused on the physical spoils and more worried about sowing the seeds of the soul which maybe be reaped one day for a plentiful bounty. I want to make life interesting and live life how it should be lived. My motivation for now is myself.