If the dawn of civilization was the threshold through which we have been led to the world of knowledge, writing was the sun which rose and illuminated our path to pursue. We owe all of our thoughts, knowledge and future to writing because those who thought bequeathed their notions to us through writing. This aesthetical significance of writing is the reason of my interest in becoming a writer. As we all create knowledge, I intend to play my role in this world of ours as a writer who conveys this knowledge.
I would like to articulate the concepts, encounters and experiences with which I have faced and bring them to those who have not had the opportunity. In other words, I would strive to feel and contemplate what others haven’t been able to perceive. Weather I grow to become a columnist or an author, I will write about social issues, cultural clashes, historic influences, psychological effects and consequences and environmental problems. In order to attain the intellectual level to be able to explain, compare, contrast and evaluate these events, self-education—not only through studying Liberal arts in college but also through reading and exposing myself to any source of knowledge—will be the path for me to follow.
Through education and experience, I would enable myself to convey properly, an act which would contribute to public knowledge and understanding of the world surrounding us, therefore, promote awareness which itself would enhance tolerance and alleviate the problems we are facing today.